John and I went to his father's for Thankgiving and my wonderful sister-in-law arranged and prepared the Thanksgiving meal. It truly spectacular.
Anyway, we had lots of delicious leftovers and I decided to make a nice hash for breakfast on Saturday morning. It's a great way to use leftovers with a variation so it doesn't feel like you are just eating the same things over and over again.
Cube a selection of your leftovers and fry them in a little olive oil. Salt and pepper to taste. When they start to brown, make a space in the center and fry an egg. I like mine over easy, while John likes his scrambled, either can be made easily. My leftovers were; turkey, sweet potato, roasted carrots, and roasted fingerling potatoes. Serve with a piece of toast spread with leftover homemade cranberry sauce.