Smoky bacon and chive cream cheese make this a perfect day-after-Thanksgiving breakfast.Get the recipe.
Pile giadiniera (mixed pickled vegetables) and sliced turkey onto crusty ciabatta bread for an Italian twist on an American classic.Get the recipe.
Thinly-sliced apples lend a crisp sweetness to this tasty lunch.Get the recipe.
Upgrade store-bought mayo by mixing in Dijon mustard, walnuts, and parsley. Add a few drops of hot sauce for a fiery kick.Get the recipe.
This sandwich takes the classic Thanksgiving combo to the next level by adding toasted pecans, sliced Brie, and fresh arugula.Get the recipe.
Spread a simple homemade chipotle sauce on thick multigrain bread, then pile on classic fixings like Cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.Get the recipe.
Cook these comforting, toasty sandwiches in a hot skillet until the bread is golden-brown and the cheese is completely melted.Get the recipe.
If you’re making onion rolls for Thanksgiving dinner, set aside a few to make these standout sandwiches.Get the recipe.
Peel cucumbers and carrots into thin strips, then layer with turkey, scallions, and fresh mint for an Asian twist on Thanksgiving leftovers.Get the recipe.
A peppery arugula salad balances out the lingering sweetness of honey mustard, Vidalia onions, and ripe nectarines.Get the recipe.
Layer roast turkey, Swiss, and onion on bread, then grill or cook in a panini press until the bread is crisp and the cheese has melted.Get the recipe.
Mashed peas give this sandwich great texture and a bright pop of color.Get the recipe.