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Happy day-after-Thanksgiving, Delish Dish! I hope you’re all having a great day and recovering from your turkey naps! If you’re anything like my family, we always have leftover turkey, so I thought I’d share some recipes for you to use all of those leftover flavors!

One of our contributor bloggers, Kelly from Just a Taste, made this crazy-good Leftover Turkey Pot Pie with Cheddar Biscuit Crust! This looks perfect for a cozy night in!

If you’re looking to count your calories after yesterday, try The Skinny Fork‘s Skinny Turkey + Wild Rice Soup! Yum!

My grandma does the best job at using leftovers and she always has a grilled sandwich ready when I visit! I can’t wait to have her try these Leftover Turkey Cranberry Monte Cristo Sandwiches from the Noble Pig!

I’m a big fan of pastry-shell anything, so these Turkey, Mushroom & Bacon Puff Pastry Pockets from Recipe Girl seem to good to be true!

Damn Delicious brings the flavor in her take of Leftover Turkey Pot Pie! You’ll love the homemade taste and flavors!

Hope you’re having wonderful time with family and friends! See you next week!



Hello, hello! Glad to be back here bringing Delish Dish my favorite Friday Finds! Every time I tell someone what I do at BHG, I joke that I get to look at pretty pictures of food all day. And then I realize I’m not joking at all! Every week the blogosphere amazes me with their creativity. So in honor of National Ice Cream Day tomorrow (yes it is a real thing), I found some super creative ice cream sandwich treats for you to try!

Dessert for Two brings together one of the best flavor combos with these incredible Spiced Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwiches!

Hold the phone. Did Club Narwhal say Dulce de Leche Ice Cream Waffle Sandwiches? I’ll take 20 please.

I admit, I can do a lot of damage to a box of chocolate ice cream sandwiches. But can we quick talk about how The Girl Who Ate Everything managed to make them even better in her Ice Cream Sandwich Cake? Holy buckets.

If you’re a regular reader, you know how much I love pie. And when I saw these Blueberry Pie Ice Cream Sandwiches from The Kitchen McCabe I immediately started singing “My Favorite Things” from Sound of Music. You mean you don’t know the verse about Blueberry Pie Ice Cream Sandwiches? That’s just me? Okay, fine.

Since I was taught to eat more than my fair share of cookie dough, when I saw that Mel’s Kitchen Cafe whipped up some Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwiches I freaked out. You heard that right, the cookie part of the sandwich is egg-free cookie dough!

Have a great time celebrating National Ice Cream Day! Let me know what you’re enjoying in the comments.

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Grace Wenzel

Social Media Editorial Assistant



Happy Friday! Today’s round-up is inspired by my weekend plans. I’m heading home to celebrate my grandparents’ sixtieth wedding anniversary! That’s right, 6-0. My love for food and good recipes really began with my family’s trips to Grandma Daisy and Grandpa Lenny’s house. My grandma is an incredible cook and my grandpa is an incredible taste-tester.

Every time my sisters and I slept over at Grandma’s she always made a delicious breakfast. In honor of National Donut Day, I thought I’d share these yummy Chocolate Glazed Baked Donuts recipe from Roxana’s Home Baking. They’re soft, fluffy and cake-like! Can’t beat it!

My Grandma is always trying new side dishes and because of my Grandpa’s diabetes she’s looking for healthier alternatives.  They’d both love Lil’ Luna‘s Parmesan Crusted Zucchini!

I’m sure I’ve mentioned this on the blog before, but I am a HUGE grilled cheese fan. Majorly. And my Grandma knows that, so every time I go over she’s giving me recipe clips for new grilled cheese recipes. This time I get to send her a new recipe with Foodie Crush‘s Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese!

Grandma and Grandpa’s house is always the gathering place when the whole family is in town. One of our Christmas traditions is to eat ham sandwiches while we’re unwrapping presents on Christmas night. I’m thinking this delicious Slow Cooker Italian Beef Sandwiches recipe could become a new tradition! Thanks Taste and Tell for the idea!

And I can’t forget about all of her incredible cookie recipes and this adorable heart-shaped Linzer Cookies from Cooking Classy seem perfectly fitting for the occasion.

Happy Anniversary Grandma and Grandpa!

Bloggers, would you like your recipes to be included in our Friday Finds? Apply to be a BHG Insider here: And don’t forget to tweet at @BHG with your favorite recipes.


Grace Wenzel, Social Media Editorial Assistant


Hello, Delish Dish readers!  I’m Melanie from Melanie Makes and I’m thrilled to be guest posting today.  Each day I cook, I create and I care for my family.  Repeat.  I have to say, I’m a pretty lucky girl.

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

As winter seems to be never ending in our new home city of Cleveland – they tell me it’s never like this, but I’m not sure I believe them at this point – I’m looking forward to days full of sunshine and eating outside on the patio as my three children run and shriek in the backyard.  These Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders immediately have me longing for the humidity and bad hair days that summer brings.  I say that now…

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

These Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders have been our go-to choice for Independence Day for the last couple of years.  I mean, how can you go wrong with a fall apart pork shoulder roast, slow cooked all day and shredded with the simple touch of a fork?

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

And then there is the great juxtaposition of tastes and textures.  The crunchy tri-color cole slaw and the sweet tang of a bread and butter pickle that stands atop a soft Hawaiian roll.

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

Absolute heaven in these delectable, miniature sandwiches.  I’ve also served these Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders as typically sized sandwich on hamburger buns and kaiser rolls.

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

There are very few recipes that  I prepare as without putting my spin on it, but this is one of them.  It’s that good!  The only thing I switch up is the cole slaw component.  Instead of using prepared cole slaw as noted in the recipe, I use a bag of cole slaw mix that you can easily find in any grocery refrigerated case.  No need to add any sauces or condiments to it, I use the fresh vegetables as is to provide the crunch factor.

Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders | Melanie Makes

Don’t wait for Summer.  I say, bring Summer to you and your dinner table with these delicious Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Pulled Pork Sliders!  These would be the perfect EASY meal to enjoy as you catch a couple – or in my case, as many as possible! – basketball games this month.

It’s that time of year again! Parties for cuddly babies and blushing brides always seem to pop up in the spring and early summer, and I’m always on the look out for fun, finger-friendly foods that I can make for the occasion.

Cucumber Burrata Sandwiches are perfect for either a baby or bridal shower. Easy to assemble and serve, these 2-bite tea sandwiches are deliciously light and crisp. Yummy for baby shower guests, and dainty enough for the bride and her maids to enjoy as well.

Whole wheat bread is layered with creamy burrata cheese then topped with thin slices of refreshing cucumber and spicy radish, and then finished with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper.

Cut the crusts off then slice into thirds for the perfect nibble. Your guests will just love these yummy bites!

The best part, besides the delicate flavor of these sandwiches, is that there’s only 4 main ingredients: whole wheat bread, burrata cheese, cucumber, and radish.

Start with the burrata cheese, which is a fresh mozzarella ball stuffed with shredded mozzarella that’s been mixed with cream. Translation: insanely delicious. Think spreadable mozzrella.

Spread a layer of the burrata cheese onto a slice of bread (cut crusts off either before or after assembling the sandwich. I found it a bit easier to do it before.) If you can’t find burrata cheese in your area, any spreadable cheese like Boursin or Laughing Cow would be a good substitute!

Next top with thin slices of cucumber and radish. I just loved the cool and spicy crunch of these two against the creamy, decadent burrata cheese. So good!

Drizzle with a bit of extra virgin olive oil, then sprinkle with salt and freshly cracked black pepper, then cut the sandwiches into thirds or squares, or cut on the diagonal, and serve.

Easy, elegant, and refreshing. I do hope you’ll give these a try for your next party or shower!

Click here for the Cucumber Burrata Sandwiches Recipe >

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