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Old 10-13-2010, 10:18 PM   #1
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Leftovers and I have no problem with each other. My wife doesn't eat leftovers very much, but normally me and my two boys handle them pretty good.

Tonight, we had to move some furniture and after all the moving was done, neither of us wanted to cook or go pick anything up, so Tonya cooked her a scrambled egg sandwich, and I looked in the fridge to see what may be waiting on me. Several nights ago Tonya grilled some chicken breast and she made a pot of Blackeye Peas as one of the sides. There was quite a bit of the Blackeye Peas left over and she put them in a tupperware type container and into the fridge they went. Check this out........I heated the Blackeye Peas up in the Microwave and when they came out, they were in that Gravy like pea juice that they make, and there were bits of bacon mixed in with them. I lightly sprinkled some shredded Pepper Jack Cheese over the top of the peas and ate them like the peas were dip, with the new Frito Lay Jalapeno Kettle Cooked Potato Chips.

DANG.

I like lots of leftovers like fried chicken, fried fish, lots of things grilled, All kinds of peas and beans, Chili is a favorite, and homemade soup can be better as leftover than it was the first time.
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Dang.. Sometimes I feel as if, with all of your questions, you are compiling data on every fisherman in the Panhandle for some sort of crazy business or torture device or something...

As for leftovers I like bowls of cut up mixed fruit, fried fish, sausages, stews (I freeze a lot), -----------whatever I guess. I'll eat it all.
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Meatloaf is one of my favorites to have as leftovers. Then as you mentioned are the beans, soups, stews and chilis. Most of these are better after a day or two in my opinion.
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Same as I like before it is a leftover, anything that won't eat me first.
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Spaghetti taste better the second day, and fried fish and pizza
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Spaghetti taste better the second day, and fried fish and pizza
+1...

i'll eat any leftovers opposed to going out...and speaking of...any doggybags are always good...you can eat any kinda peas, beans as a leftover...it's all good a day or 2 later and gumbo comes to mind...

i have re-heating to a science and when your hungry, sh!t on a shingle will do...

i love breakfast for supper too...
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Old 10-13-2010, 11:47 PM   #7
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Pizza is the best, even cold, but heated is better.

Cold fried chicken is a GREAT lunch... but any cold chicken is good, broiled, smothered, etc...

Spaggetti is okay but the noodles get soft too quickly.

Fried food, except chicken, seems cold and greasy.

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A good chicken and sausage gumbo is always better the next day as a leftover. However, in my house leftover gumbo is rare.

I always BBQ plenty of hamburgers to re-heat throughout the week to eat.
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Leftover lasagna is always better, chicken and dumplins, gumbo, boiled shrimp, any kind of pasta salad, chili, next day fried mullet sandwiches are great...
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Pizza is the best, even cold, but heated is better.

Cold fried chicken is a GREAT lunch... but any cold chicken is good, broiled, smothered, etc...

Spaggetti is okay but the noodles get soft too quickly.

Fried food, except chicken, seems cold and greasy.

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I had leftover Pizza for Breakfast yesterday....... Good Stuff right there.
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