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Leftover Thanksgiving Sandwich with Moist Maker

This leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker is the perfect way to pay homage to your favorite Friends episode. All the taste of a Thanksgiving dinner with a secrete gravy soaked moist maker middle!

This leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker is the perfect way to pay homage to your favorite Friends episode. All the taste of a Thanksgiving dinner with a secrete gravy soaked moist maker middle!

Knock-knock. Who’s there? Ross Geller’s lunch. Ross Geller’s lunch, who? Ross Geller’s lunch, please don’t take me. Okay?

When I heard Friends was going to be coming to Netflix in January I just about lost my ish. Do you have any idea what this means? This means I can sit home in the middle of winter doing nothing but watching episode after episode of Friends. Seriously, if you don’t hear from me for awhile send a search party in after me. You will probably find me molded to my couch eating popcorn and drinking bottle after bottle of seltzer water.

I will probably have a few boxes of Nutty Bars too. When binge watching TV one must do it while enjoying their favorite sweet treat.

{The following picture is my lovely friend Gina. She and I sometimes get together to cook and photograph for our blogs. This was her attempting to take a bite of this bad boy}

This leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker is the perfect way to pay homage to your favorite Friends episode. All the taste of a Thanksgiving dinner with a secrete gravy soaked moist maker middle!

Well if you haven’t guessed it this sandwich is a big “heeeeeyyyyyyy” to my friends at Friends. This goes back to the episode where Ross goes crazy because his boss stole his favorite leftover sandwich (with moist maker!) from the office refrigerator. Then he couldn’t finish it all and threw it away.

You threw my sandwich away? My sandwich???

If you’re still clueless to what I’m rambling about here is a little help. In the episode Ross’s sister (Monica) makes him his favorite leftover Thanksgiving sandwich. It including all the taste of Thanksgiving in sandwich form. In the middle of the sandwich is a gravy soaked piece of bread he lovingly refers to as the “moist maker”

Fun fact: I hate the word “moist” but when joined with maker I don’t mind it at all. Who knew?

This leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker is the perfect way to pay homage to your favorite Friends episode. All the taste of a Thanksgiving dinner with a secrete gravy soaked moist maker middle!

So, put on your fat pants for day two of eating and make yourself a leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker. Trust me, it will be worth it.

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Leftover Thanksgiving Sandwich with Moist Maker

This leftover Thanksgiving sandwich with moist maker is the perfect way to pay homage to your favorite Friends episode. All the taste of a Thanksgiving dinner with a secrete gravy soaked moist maker middle!

Yield: 1 very large sandwich

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 3 slices thick whole wheat bread
  • 1/2 cup leftover turkey gravy
  • 1/3 cup leftover stuffing, warmed
  • 1/4 cup baby spinach leaves
  • 3 tomato slices
  • 4-5 slices leftover turkey (depening on slice size)
  • 1/4 cup cranberry sauce

Directions:

Set bread slices to the side.

In a small skillet warm gravy over low heat. Once warmed remove from heat and add 1 slice bread to the gravy. Let sit for 1 minute and flip.

While the other side of the bread soaks up the gravy start assembling the sandwich.

Lay out a plain slice of bread and top with stuffing, half the baby spinach leave and tomato slices.

Top with gravy soaked slice of bread.

Top the gravy bread with turkey, cranberry sauce and remaining baby spinach.

Top off with last slice of bread and enjoy!

Note: The sandwich is messy and delicious. There is simply no way around the drippiness.

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Joanne

Monday 1st of December 2014

Now that is a leftover sandwich worth getting excited about! And uh that is an awesome episode. They just don't make tv like that anymore.

Meseidy

Monday 1st of December 2014

Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches are my favorite part of Thanksgiving!

kellie @ The Suburban Soapbox

Monday 1st of December 2014

This was my all-time favorite Friends episode and my favorite sandwich element! Your version looks simply gut-bustingly delicious!

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