Leftovers can be a lifesaver on a night packed with sports practices and PTA meetings. But that teriyaki chicken can spoil faster than you realize. To make sure your family isn’t eating anything past it’s prime, follow the 2:4 rule for leftovers. 2: Don’t let leftovers sit out on the counter at room temperature for more than 2 hours. 4: […]
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If you are headed to someone else’s house to celebrate Thanksgiving today, you may have only one burning etiquette question on your mind. Is there a polite way to ask your host to share the leftovers?
I hate seeing food go to waste – especially when I’m the one who took the time and effort to prepare that food. When planning menus for parties, I’m always thinking about what I’ll do with the leftovers – which items are good (or better) after a day or two in the fridge, and which can be easily transformed into new dishes.