Sweet Potato Rolls
Pureed vegetables give a lovely moistness to bread and rolls. This simple recipe — inspired by one appearing in James Beard's classic "Beard on Bread" — calls for half a cup of pureed sweet potato, but you may also use yams, squash, pumpkin or mashed potato (in which case you'll lose the distinctive orange color).
Make these rolls for Thanksgiving dinner, if you'd like; but they're especially apropos the day after, when you're faced with a tiny bit of leftover sweet potatoes, some squash, half a cup of mashed potato, etc. Serve rolls with leftover turkey in gravy, or use them to make bite-sized sandwiches — the turkey version of White Castle hamburgers.