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How to Stretch Your Bacon – Leftover Ideas Revisited – Ideas for Chicken and Ham

August 7, 2008

With the price of food these days, I am finding myself being further encouraged in creating new ways and revisited ideas in stretching the food I do buy for my family.

Recently while visiting a food site I belong to, we have been discussing in a new ‘sub group’ I created allowing us to share recipes and ideas for leftover food, and thought I would share here with what I have learned there.

So some of you cannot stand them, leftovers that is, and if you should have leftovers from a restaurant or take out, you simply might end up throwing them out, but you might be surprised the variety of new dishes you can create from leftover food, saving you money. And isn’t that the point I am making? Exactly….

So if you are those who are interested in learning some ideas on what to do with leftover cooked chicken or cooked ham, you have come to the right place. Feel free to click on any link which are simply recipes I have shared already here at my Dinner and Jam blog…

So here I go and list them for you:

Ideas for Leftover Cooked Chicken:

Ideas for Leftover Cooked Ham:

Please share how you use your leftovers and create new dishes… Me and my readers would love to hear from you! Leah

2 Comments leave one →
  1. noble pig permalink
    August 7, 2008 10:55 am

    Oh I am going to bookmark this because I always seem to have a pile of food I don’t know what to do with! Thank you, thank you!

  2. Leah Q. permalink
    August 7, 2008 1:18 pm

    I will be adding additional ideas for these leftovers through the next few weeks….

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