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Old 01-04-2005, 09:46 PM   #11
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I guess I'm no fun - I just usually eat my leftovers the same way I ate them the day before! LOL But boy do I love a meatloaf sandwich on the day after!!!!!! And I do make ham salad out of leftover ham. I do love a good open-faced roast beef or turkey sandwich too!!!! With either mashed potatoes separating the two halves or some leftover dressing!!!
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I guess I'm no fun - I just usually eat my leftovers the same way I ate them the day before! LOL But boy do I love a meatloaf sandwich on the day after!!!!!! And I do make ham salad out of leftover ham. I do love a good open-faced roast beef or turkey sandwich too!!!! With either mashed potatoes separating the two halves or some leftover dressing!!!
Oh yea, meatloaf sandwiches! With left over mashed , I make latke, aka potatoe pancakes, or just reheat them with some margarine.
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Good!

Then all you need are either "ideas" or "inspiration" and you will be well on the way to saving a pile of money on the groceries, or concepts of how you can "chain" together one "meat source" with various other "developments" at little cost...

(Wasn't that the "idea"?)

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Old 01-04-2005, 11:22 PM   #15
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I just thought of the dreaded (I said dreaded for middie) extra mashed potato delimma!!!! Cut a nice hunk of kielbasa, slice to open but don't cut entirely in half - stuff with mashed potatoes in the cut and top with grated cheddar - bake in oven at 350 for about 30 minutes - YUM!!!

I guess I do more with leftovers than I think!! Leftover BBQ chicken makes GREAT chicken salad!!!! Leftover steak makes a great salad with the addition of Feta, kalamata olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, and a simple Italian vinaigrette - I've used bleu cheese also instead of the feta.

Leftover Salad Caprese makes a great panino using ciabatta - actually there are a lot of leftover salads that make great panini sandwiches.

I have used leftover pesto as a garnish for ministrone soup and a squash and apple soup and a favorite is a piece of grouper that is pretty much done I slather one side with the pesto and some grated Parmesan and stick under the broiler briefly.
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