Christmas Leftover Poutine 

We hope everyone had a great Christmas! I thought I would repost this recipe/directions to make Poutine with leftover turkey and the fixings.  It is a great Boxing Day meal and is very easy to make.  It is also a great way to use up any leftovers you might have !

Sandie

 

What do you do with your Thanksgiving/Christmas leftovers? We usually have a second big meal the next day, but this year I decided to go a different route.  This time we made Poutine with the leftovers.

I saw something like this on Pinterest and thought I would try my own version!

(I got curly fries by accident 😕)

 

I didn’t take any ingredients picture or any documenting the steps picture either because technically everything is already cooked. Well, I did have to cook some frozen fries and reheat leftovers, but I doubt you are interested in that.

All I took was before and after the “toppings” pictures of the fries.

This is the before.

This is the after. After I covered them in leftover turkey, stuffing, gravy and grated cheese, making them into a wonderfully, messy leftover poutine dinner!

Did I mention delicious lol?
Please let us know what your favourite thing is to do with your Thanksgiving leftovers

* On another note…..

While dinner was cooking Chris came to the window to tell me he found a little snake in the garage.  I of course had to go out to see it lol. It was the cutest, tiniest snake I’ve seen! It was only about 3 or 4 inches long. I tried to pick it up but he was so small I was worried I was going to cut the end of the tail off with my thumb nail but at least I got to see it.

We googled his description and it is just a baby northern brown snake and it said it isn’t venomous, that its only protection against “grabby humans ” like me is to pee on them lol!

Here are a few pictures of it. I named him Squirmy after Oscar the Grouch’s friend lol!

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