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    Hillbilly's leftovers...

    If your fridge is like mine it probably has a little bit of this and a little bit of that in it. I try not to throw away alot of leftover food so...occasionally, much to the wife's dismay I like to take everything and throw it together and see what happens.

    First i grabbed some tators.


    Cut up an onion.

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    Boil the tators and onions together.


    Grab a leftover chicken.

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    I also threw in some ham and chopped both of these meats up.


    Get the corn off of the cob.

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    I also found some green peas to throw in the mixture.


    Mash the potatoes up. Throw in some salt and pepper.

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    Spread the mash into a cooking pan.


    Spread the chicken and ham out.


    Add the veggies.

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    Add some cheese. You can see I am about out of sliced cheese.


    Bake for about 30 minutes or until the cheese turns golden brown.


    There you go! A nice easy way to clean out the leftovers.

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    I'm not surprised that your wife was dismayed! NO CHILIS!

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    Looks yummy... How many meals does that give you, HB?

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    Is that the new oven?

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    Yes, that is my new toy! It is amazing how things change as one grows older. And you can see from my leftover dinner, that I made just enough for me to eat!

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    Errrm......hillbilly....those peas look decidedly grey to me. How old were they?

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    Looks good enough to eat!

    Back around the mid 70's I found a way to use leftovers, just about the same way you do. Except, we used the old stuff first and then added to it.

    We took all leftovers from each meal and put them into the freezer bowl. Left over corn, peas, beans, potatos, meatloat, etc. At the end of the week they were heated up and maybe a little water added. Then we tasted and add more items as necessary. Every week we had a big pot of soup that was always different and taste great.

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    Does this dish have a name HB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr View Post
    Errrm......hillbilly....those peas look decidedly grey to me. How old were they?
    Have you guys ever got caught with you hands in the cookie jar?

    The truth is when I put the green peas into the mixture, I noticed a strange smell. Perhaps, it was the bacon grease, the mushrooms or it could have been the fact that the green peas had been in the fridge for about (well let's say I was drunk.) *swallow*...

    The fact of the matter is after cooking my creation, I dumped the entire lot into the trash.

    Damn, you Sir Burr, I could have faked the rest of them out.

    p.s. Please don't tell my wife. I told her it was the new oven's fault.

    Regardless, leftovers aint bad...

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    ^^^
    I'd green you for that hb, but, I gotta spread the love around.
    Made me spray coffee through my nose....damn, that hurts!

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    Have you tried baking "cornbread" in your new oven?

    Do you have a recipe for "cornbread" or "hush puppies" or both?

    If you don't mind saying, you are a hillbilly from what state?

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    I was going to say that if you ate that you should get your cholesterol checked.

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    it is good to see that over the years your cooking habits for leftovers haven't changed and still don't look edible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr View Post
    ^^^
    I'd green you for that hb, but, I gotta spread the love around.
    Made me spray coffee through my nose....damn, that hurts!
    dont worry - i greened him.

    tho we do already have a thread for leftovers ....

    on second thoughts - i dont want that mush posted on my thread.

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    That dish is called Sheppard's Pie, with cheese, it's a classic dish for leftovers>>>bon appetite!!!! Having it in West Virginia, or other rural area's, it could have some possum, or squirel, instead of ham and chicken.

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    boiled onion??

    please lightly sear it in some olive oil and garlic ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mend View Post
    That dish is called Sheppard's Pie, with cheese, it's a classic dish for leftovers>>>bon appetite!!!! Having it in West Virginia, or other rural area's, it could have some possum, or squirel, instead of ham and chicken.

    Shepherd's Pie is made with lamb, Cottage Pie with beef and Redneck Pie with possum.

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    anyone got any bright ideas for road kill? seems a waste to just ride past it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovebucket
    anyone got any bright ideas for road kill? seems a waste to just ride past it.
    Shag it

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    well, it's an idea, but i was hoping for more culinary suggestions.

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