Here's a recipe from Marash Girl's long-time friend, a friend who hails from Manchester, England, and now lives in Brooklyn Heights.
Andrea's recipe for a quick and easy yet fancy dinner of "left-overs" is to cover everything with Béchamel. This is how she told Marash Girl to make the sauce.
2 T butter/flour
1 c milk w/ broth
Dash salt (Marash Girl assumes)
Simmer till thickened.
Pour over cooked turkey and white onions with rice.
Now it couldn't be that simple, and Marash Girl has yet to try it.
Instead, Marash Girl threw all the roasted turkey parts (skin, bones and all) -- anything that had not been eaten -- into a pot, covered the mix with fresh cold water, added a dash of white vinegar, and boiled for one hour. Following that, she poured off the broth, added the veggies on the fresh veggie platter that had not been eaten (cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, celery, mushrooms) and simmered those in the broth until those were soft. She cooled the lot down a bit, blended it up in the Cuisinart 'til smooth. Poured the mixture back into the pot, brought it slowly to a simmer, added whole milk to thin it up a bit, and served. What a delicious "cream" soup that was! Not a drop left!