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What's your favorite winter activity

  • Go ice skating (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Build a snowman (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Watch movies (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Go sledding (25%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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Hack those holiday leftovers

Turkey sandwich (via Matthew Turnbull)

Madeline Kitchen ’24












Mashed potatoes and stuffing patties (via Taste of Home)

Taste of Home

– 2 large eggs, lightly beaten
– 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion
– 1/4 teaspoon pepper
– Leftover mashed potatoes
– Leftover chopped cooked turkey
– Leftover stuffing
– 2 tablespoons butter
– 2 tablespoons canola oil
– Unsweetened applesauce (optional)

1) Mix together the eggs, onion and pepper
2) Stir in mashed potatoes, turkey and stuffing
3) In a skillet, heat butter and oil over medium heat. Add the potato mixture in medium-sized scoops, flatten and fry each side until golden brown
4) Removed patties, let cool and enjoy with applesauce if desired.



Stuffing waffles (via Food Network)

Food Network

– 4 ½ cups leftover stuffing
– ¼ chopped parsley
– 2 large eggs
– 2 cups leftover mashed potatoes
– ½ leftover gravy
– ¼ leftover cranberry sauce
– Olive oil or cooking spray

1) Preheat waffle iron and add oil or cooking spray
2) Combine stuffing, parsley and eggs in a mixing bowl.
3) Add stuffing evenly and firmly to the waffle iron, cook until golden brown
4) Remove from iron and add to the plate, add a scoop of mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce on top.

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Madison Turnbull '24, Social Media Manager
Third year staffer Madison Turnbull ’24 has a passion for aiding the community through the power of persuasive journalism. Daily parking tickets? She can fix that with an opinion piece – the city conveniently cut down the tree blocking the parking sign. No winter formal? Although they ultimately reversed their decision, South chose to hold one shortly after her column was published.“My first and second year on staff really opened my eyes to a whole other realm of media and the power that journalism holds,” Turnbull said. “It’s not just a silly one-page story; it can go deeper and change people’s perspectives.”Turnbull said she enjoys the flexibility her position as Social Media Manager offers and the way it allows her to connect with the student body.“It opened my eyes to a different world,” Turnbull said. “There’s more to high school and more to life than the four years.”
Madeline Kitchen '24, Print Editor in Chief
Madeline Kitchen is more than a hard worker, with being a senior and already having a tight schedule, she still does her very best to produce the best content possible as a third-year staffer. Madeline is a bright and caring person who helps anyone when they need assistance. She has also used her time on Tower to strengthen her bonds with friends and create new ones to overall bring the Tower community closer.“I had heard about how cool it was to be able to make all these different kinds of media and I just wanted to be a part of something like that,” Kitchen said. “Something where I had a lot of agency to create my own work and to work with other people towards one bigger goal.”

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