Thanksgiving recipes: Grandma's leftover turkey fried rice

If you're not a turkey fan, this one's for you.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 19, 2020
Every year, my grandmother's fried rice is the star dish on the holiday table. The family marvels over the large CorningWare vessel (the same one every year) full of fried rice flecked with lap cheong sausage, shrimp and mushrooms. After dinner,...
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