The Leftovers Are Just As Amazing

Mac & Cheese Leftovers

This mac & cheese was SO good even several days later.  I decided this would be my lunch for work every day this week.  I just love when I can make a big dish of something and have it last all week.

Oh, I wish you could have just smelled the wonderful smells permeating from this bowl when I pulled it from the microwave, walked back to my desk, and slowly lifted that lid for all the steam to swoop out and travel around the office.  Who am I to deny my fellow co-workers the lovely smells of life?

Of course, all those around me were wondering where that glorious smell was coming from.  That smoked cheddar really does wonders in the smell and the taste department.  Someone even thought there was bacon in it even though there’s not.  No—it was probably the smoked cheddar they were smelling.  Just keep your distance from my desk and stay away from my food!

I oooo’ed and ahhhh’ed my way through lunch and couldn’t wait for a second helping at home for dinner.

So, if you have nothing else to do today, enjoy your leftovers at home, at work, or wherever.  Let others get a chance to whiff those glorious smells coming from your lovely leftovers.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Guard your food with your life as others are walking past trying to discover where those delicious food smells are coming from.  You never know when you’ll have to fight to the death.

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22 thoughts on “The Leftovers Are Just As Amazing

  1. ACK! I almost missed this one. And on my favorite subject – leftovers . . . er . . . PLANNED OVERS! ;->

    WordPress seems to be stingy with sending out the announcement emails in the last few months. Most times I don’t even get my own! What’s up with that?

    1. Wow. That’s cool. I’ve never heard of nori before. I’ve never tried seaweed in my life. I’d love to try it if I ever came across some of it.

      1. You should try it. It’s usually ready to eat. There are also un-roasted version but I’m too lazy to roast it myself. 😀

        Some people love sprinkling it onto their Takoyaki (as replacement for fish flakes).

        Gee I eat a lot of weird things! Just realize that! Ha ha ha

  2. To me sometimes leftovers taste even better than on the day it was actual made! I guess some food earn more flavor with time! 🙂

  3. I totally agree with this! I often find that when I make pasta sauces, the leftovers taste even better a few days later as the flavours really infuse, and you don’t have to spend more time cooking up something new!

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