Feeling creative? Ordinary sandwiches boring ya? Check out this idea from DIY Network for turning leftover Thanksgiving turkey into cute turkey-shaped subs
Here's what you'll need:
Leftover Thanksgiving turkey, thinly sliced
Crusty submarine roll
Your choice of condiments (e.g. mayo/cranberry jelly)
Black olives (around six per sandwich)
Cherry tomatoes (around six per sandwich)
Cheddar cheese (three inch-sized cubes, one "J" shape for the head)
Cloves or peppercorns (two per sandwich)
Wooden skewers (four per sandwich)
Assemble your turkey sub however you like. Next, insert three skewers into one end of the turkey.
These will represent the tail. Decorate them with the olives, tomatoes, pickles and cheddar cheese cubes. Then insert your fourth skewer into the other end. Slide your "J"-shaped piece of cheese upside down onto the skewer. This will be the turkey's head. Use a couple of cloves or peppercorns to make "eyes." Use any leftover cheese or vegetables as a garnish around the edge of the plate.
This is what your finished masterpiece should look like
. People: this one is guaranteed to impress your friends and family. My only problem is I don't know whether to call this crafting