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This Thanksgiving leftover sandwich demands to be eaten for weeks. But you'll need a passphrase.

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Updated November 23, 2018 08:00 AM EST

Editor's note: This story was originally published Nov. 20, 2017. We're bringing it back today since we know you're looking forward to chowing down on yummy Thanksgiving leftovers!

Which Thanksgiving side dish are you?

By NATHALIE BASHA and ARIEL MIN, Circa

LOS ANGELES (CIRCA) - The best part of Thanksgiving, let's be real, is probably the following Friday. It's another day off, you can now shop online for those Black Friday deals, and retreat back to your normal life just eating leftovers in your jammies.

Jeremy Fall, the restaurateur and mastermind behind Los Angeles deli Tinfoil Liquor and Groceries, evidently agrees, because he decided to put the Thanksgiving leftover sandwich on the menu for the month of November for the same reason.

"I always make sure to make enough food for triple the amount of people that are eating at my house every year, and I'll end up with pounds of ham and turkey and whatever it is that we make, and then I end up giving it to all my friends," Fall said.

The sandwich is comprised of house-made gravy, house-smoked thick-cut turkey slices, white cheddar cheese, baby spinach and homemade cranberry sauce.

But here's the catch: You won't be able to find this deli -- unless you know the passphrase.

What do I mean by that? Well, when you first walk into Tinfoil Liquor and Groceries, it straight up looks like a normal, neighborhood liquor store. Only when you say the magic passphrase to the cashier are you led into the "Employees Only" backroom, a.k.a. a sandwich heaven.

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Next up, we visited an ice cream shop where we had an entire Thanksgiving meal in ice cream. Then, we visited a vegan Thanksgiving dinner -- for the turkeys. If you're over it with Thanksgiving already, here's something for you: Step into the world of Tim Burton with these movie-themed cocktails.

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