Second-Day Meal Of Leftovers


What Do You Do With Roast Chicken?

By Marcus Samuelsson | April 19, 2011


For a dish that keeps on dishing it out, try a whole roast chicken! Roast chicken can be part of an lunch or dinner in and of itself, but is also extremely versatile. If roasting a whole chicken can’t quite fit into your schedule, you can also pick up a rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store or rotisserie counter. Read More


Spring Cleaning

By mahir | March 29, 2011

Second-Day Meal Of Leftovers by Marcus Samuelsson

Spring is here, and with so much delicious produce coming into season, it’s time to clean out your refrigerator and restock. Read More


Reducing Food Waste and Costs

By mahir | February 22, 2011

Leftover Column by Marcus Samuelsson

Recently I was talking to my friend Lorraine about leftovers, and reducing food waste and costs.  She said that although she wishes she could be better about spending money on eating out, the convenience of paying for a hot, cooked meal was frequently tempting. Read More


Leftover Food App for your phone: The Next Frontier in Food Apps

By mahir | February 8, 2011

Second-Day Meal Of Leftovers Column By Marcus Samuelsson

A great blog I’ve just discovered called Food and Tech has a post about apps and the tonight’s event Eats and Apps. Already there are so many apps devoted to food, including but not limited to “Gourmet Live, Food Network’s In The Kitchen, Snooth, Dinevore, and Gojee.” (Food and Tech)

But what about for food that you have already bought or made and you need to make sure doesn’t go to waste.   Read More


Second-Day Meal Of Leftovers

By mahir | January 18, 2011

The amount of food wasted in the United States is baffling to me. As a chef, I started to question whether it was right or not to throw out so much food, when much of it can be remade into a delicious second-day meal of leftovers meal. Read More


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