I've got nothing against turkey hash. Turkey sandwiches can be sublime, especially on fresh-outta-the-oven multigrain bread with cranberry sauce. Turkey tetrazzini was something my sister and I looked forward to every year. But take it from me: there is no better use for leftover turkey than cooking the carcass into a rich, copper-colored stock and using that stock to make turkey congee. On drizzly early-December mornings, with the goodness of bone broth and nostalgia, it warms my tummy and my soul.
What's your favorite use of turkey leftovers?