leftovers

Stackable, microwavable and hassle-free containers to store all your food in, this year and next.
Whether they love it or hate it, people have loads to say about leftover food.
A strategic approach to meal prep can help with hormones, gut health, stress and even sleep.
Your leftovers are still great, but they may not pack as much nutritional punch as they did the first time around.
Eggs, pizza, steak, French fries — what to do? (Hint: You may want to buy an air fryer.)
Leftover pizza four nights in a row? Don't mind if I do!
Taste is subjective, but there's science to prove flavors and textures really do change as chemistry does its work.
Money, mold, monotony — they all play a role in your attitude about leftover food.
Turn stuffing, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce into your morning meal.
Here's how to wrap up Thanksgiving turkey and keep it from stinking up your refrigerator. And how long you can keep eating the leftover meat.
Use up your turkey with delicious ideas from Yotam Ottolenghi, Virginia Willis and more brilliant cooks.
The FDA has strict guidelines that aren't entirely practical. Here's how to determine when you can be lenient.
Here are some of the best leftover ham recipes ever.
It all depends what type it is and how you're storing it, but we've got all the answers.
Added bonus: some of these are healthier the next day.
For Bon Appetit, by Elyssa Goldberg. When is freezing and thawing food no longer an option? Can you make a meal, eat it, freeze
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