Thanksgiving is a time for families to make memories, but you don’t want those memories to include the time mom gave everyone food poisoning. Careful preparation and cooking methods can help make your Thanksgiving feast memorable for the right reasons.
Many families enjoy leftovers for days after the big meal, but experts say turkey will only stay good in the fridge for three or four days. Gravy, stuffing and casseroles have a shorter expiration date and should be eaten within one or two days unless you freeze them right after Thanksgiving dinner.
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