Leftovers? What are — in this case — leftovers?
Ok, just don’t leave leftovers over the hill.
Heat them up good to take care of any bacteria buildup. Thus you don’t want any bad leftover smells.
I take it as my mission to make sure no leftovers get overlooked.
Must admit a lot of stuff tastes better on the second go ;-)
There bearly be any leftovers.
I really, really hate to waste food, myself. “Waste not, want not.”
I never understand the wife putting three green beans in bag………..
Is it leftovers when it’s green and fuzzy?
Waste not… waist not wanting.
Yes, a little time for all the ingredients and flavors to ‘meld’ ;-)
i do the same thing, which is probably why my pajama pants fit the same as his do in the comic
Stop glorifying morbid obesity. Not all pluggers are walking heart attacks.
Sunday nigh dinner, I make enough to have lunch for work.
left overs. what are left overs????
I’m definitely a Plugger! I eat mine and others in the house. They hardly ever eat theirs.
I have a hard time seeing how much food the younger generation wastes. And with all the info on healthy food and all, I know so many people who hardly ever eat green veggies.
Since Covid started much better about using everything up. Even so, with the garbage I put out tonight there was shredded pork from when husband had a half a can for dinner and then we froze the rest – in January 2022. Also the oldest of our leftover Chinese food rice – can’t keep up with using it – sometimes had 2 or 3 months worth in the refrigerator and we only take in once a week (Saturday date night dinner out substitute – followed by ditto movie substitute in the living room). So I try to keep it down to having a month’s worth of leftover rice.
Have gotten great though at putting together assorted leftovers for dinners – especially for me as I don’t eat a lot of what husband does – so cook for him, I eat leftovers.
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
May 20, 2021