There's nothing better than those Thanksgiving leftovers. But just how long can you safely eat those leftovers? Here's a big list and just remember for most of the foods it's 4 and then throw it out the door..

Tips For Thanksgiving Leftovers according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Turkey - Lasts four days in the fridge; four months in the freezer. Best stored by cutting into small pieces and keeping in small containers

Gravy - Lasts four days in the fridge; four months in the freezer. Best reheated by bringing to a rolling boil. Cover to heat

Cranberry Sauce - Lasts seven to ten days in the fridge. Freezing not recommended

Potatoes and Yams - Lasts four days in the fridge; two months in the freezer

Stuffing - Lasts four days in the fridge; three months in the freezer

Pies - Best stored at room temperature for up to two days. Can be stored in the fridge loosely covered for two additional days

All Leftovers - Refrigerate within two hours at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or colder. Reheat to 165 degrees Fahrenheit