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food remaining from a previous meal

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If we made roasted lamb and there were leftovers, we'd probably go and make Shepherd's pie the next night.
If you need to refreeze these foods, you can do so, as long as you take the remaining leftovers and also heat them to 165[degrees] F or to a rolling boil the second time around.
The Thing About Leftovers is a fun read about a serious topic.
We all want to keep food waste to a minimum, but carrot peelings and used tea bags are never going to make it onto the leftover list.
David said: "Bubble and squeak should be on everyone's radar - it's a great way of using up leftover mash, sprouts and cabbage into a satisfying meal.
Leftovers should be eaten or frozen within two days (one day for rice dishes).
leftover turkey meat, 400-450g,(you can use any leftover roast meat)
The law requires paint manufacturers to develop a take-back system for leftover paint from household and commercial consumers.
Hotels and restaurants in the UAE are "afraid" to give away their leftovers -- according to charity bosses working to curb food waste in the country.
For days after, the entire family would eat Grandma's famous "blue plate special,'' which was our euphemism for leftovers.
Christmas, New Year and even Three Kings greetings have been said and presents have been opened, used and worn but your fridge still has that holiday vibe because of the many leftovers from your Noche Buena and Media Noche feast.
She said the society distributes leftovers among 500 needy families, besides workers in labour camps.
When asked whether the National Guard was considering the suggestion of giving leftovers to the needy, Committee chairman Giorgos Varnavas said there were none.
In 2012, deer and elk combination licenses were also available as leftovers.