For a long time I've been cooking our Thanksgiving dinner. I always serve a few standard items (mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and a basic stuffing), but I also like to try new things. Last year it was a cranberry sauce with red wine, pomegranate molasses, mint and cilantro (Bon Appetite [BA] 2009).
In addition to turkey, smoked in the big green egg (12 pounds, 4hrs @ 325), this year's menu included roasted red onions (BA 2010).
Finally, what to do with those left overs? Some things like turkey, stuffing and potatoes get eaten right away. Other items, like the cranberries and onions can last a while.
Not this year. I threw them onto a butterflied flank steak, added some cotija cheese (not shown), and rolled the mix up and cooked it in the green egg and had a nice steak dinner.