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Old 12-17-2013, 05:21 PM
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Same here.

leftovers means you don't have to cook one or more nights lol
Actually, tonight we are having lasagna--something I'm making with the intention of having leftovers-lol. Maybe it makes a difference if you are raised eating them? Growing up it was never "Hey who wants leftovers tonight?" it was "Leftovers is what we are having, if you want something cooked you make it yourself." I find certain things are tastier left over.
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Old 12-17-2013, 05:28 PM
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Actually, tonight we are having lasagna--something I'm making with the intention of having leftovers-lol. Maybe it makes a difference if you are raised eating them? Growing up it was never "Hey who wants leftovers tonight?" it was "Leftovers is what we are having, if you want something cooked you make it yourself." I find certain things are tastier left over.
I'm the same way and was raised with leftovers being normal and planned for - perhaps because our family is small so most recipes made double what we needed? I didn't realize that some folks never ate leftovers until I was out of college iirc!
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Old 12-17-2013, 05:50 PM
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I'm trying so hard to be positive and upbeat about being here and it's just... completely draining.

Not happy.

Also, I miss my other stupid dogs. And my dad.
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:41 PM
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I have candy cane ice cream in my freezer calling my name ... I am trying to ignore it
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I'm stressing a lot about bringing Finn to the in-laws for the holidays. Like, a lot. He's going to be over-stimulated and stressed staying overnight in an unfamiliar place with so many different people, plus they have a new kitten who's never met a dog, let alone a dog who gets WAY too overexcited around new cats thanks to having a cat BFF his whole life.

It's my anxiety talking, but I so just want a way to keep him happy and at home. I'm going to fret all Christmas Eve and Christmas Day which will just make him worse, and I just won't enjoy it the way that I should. I should be looking forward to Christmas, not dreading it over something so silly.

Ugh.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:08 PM
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Actually, tonight we are having lasagna--something I'm making with the intention of having leftovers-lol. Maybe it makes a difference if you are raised eating them? Growing up it was never "Hey who wants leftovers tonight?" it was "Leftovers is what we are having, if you want something cooked you make it yourself." I find certain things are tastier left over.
I was raised on leftovers (lower-middle class). I don't always eat them now. There are a handful of things now that I will eat leftover (maybe like spaghetti or alfredo stuffs, casseroles, etc) but dislike most leftover meats, breaded things, fries, etc.

Reheated chinese food is NOT okay.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:09 PM
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I have candy cane ice cream in my freezer calling my name ... I am trying to ignore it
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Reheated chinese food is NOT okay.
If you're good at cooking, it's a snap to reheat Chinese. If it's fried and dry (no sauce), reheat it by popping it in the fryer at 350 for 4-5 minutes. The oven will also work; turn it over halfway through reheating. Otherwise, reheat it in a pan on the stove. Add some water if there's a thick sauce, then cover with a lid for the last few minutes on low. You can also reheat in the oven but the stove top is much easier since you can control your heat.

If I order Chinese food, I order extra with the sole intention of having leftovers.
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