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Mix 2/3 cup chopped, leftover roast beef with 1 cup mashed potatoes, some chopped onion and a dash of pepper. Shape the mixture into patties, coat with cornmeal and fry in a bit of oil until brown. Yummy!!

If your day old muffins are losing their appeal, scoop out a bit of the centers, fill with shredded cheese or jam and dot with butter. Heat until they are warm. Delicious!

Slice leftover grilled hot dogs, bratwurst, Italian Sausage or whatever you have on hand into 1" pieces. Cover the slices with barbecue sauce and bake until hot.  Poke with pretzel sticks for an economical, tasty snack. Serve with crackers.

Cut leftover baked potatoes into quarters, dip in melted butter, roll in parmesan cheese and bake at 350║ for about 20 minutes of until they're golden brown and crispy. 

Take leftover meatloaf and cut into cubes and combine with tender cubes of boiled potatoes and fry in oil until browned. Serve with ketchup and dill pickles for a nice old fashioned lunch.

Combine leftover au gratin potatoes with chopped onions, carrots and celery. Add a milk to make a soup and voila! you have a nice, flavor rich chowder.

If your roast beef was originally cooked in a mushroom and onion mix, just add 1 can of mushroom soup to leftover meat stock and cut up leftover meat into small pieces. Server over cooked noodles for a delicious and different meal.

When you have leftover sausage and vegetables, stir them into prepared macaroni and cheese for quick and tasty meal.

Simmer chopped onions and celery in butter until tender. Stir them into leftover mashed potatoes and enough milk to make a broth. Heat the mixture and top with bacon and shredded cheddar cheese for a tasty soup.

Chili Tacos: For quick, tasty tacos, spoon leftover chili into taco shells and top with lettuce, tomatoes and cheese.

Meat Loaf Sandwich filling: Crumble up leftover meatloaf and mix it with relish, mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup. Great lunch!

Mac and Cheese Makeover : Create a new side dish by mixing canned tomatoes and chili powder with leftover macaroni and cheese.

Macaroni Salad: add tuna and frozen peas to your leftover macaroni salad and have a nice hearty lunch.

Souper Sausage Soup: Cut leftover grilled bratwurst into bite-sized pieces and simmer them in water, V-8 Juice, a can of great northern beans and some mixed vegetables. Makes a wonderful, savory soup!

Ham helper: Cube leftover ham and combine it with cubed cheese, chopped hard-boiled eggs and diced onion and celery. Also add any uncooked vegetables and some ranch dressing and toss with lettuce and macaroni. Wonderful hearty salad!

Chili Stretcher - If you don't have enough chili to go around a second time, serve it over rice topped with cheese. Goes a lot further and seems like a new meal.

Sloppy Joe Saver - Spread sloppy joe meat on toasted English muffin halves and top with slices of cheese. Broil open faced for a toasty new taste!

Savory mashed potatoes: Cook and crumble several strips of bacon. In muffin cups, put a little of the bacon drippings and a slice of onion. Fill the cups with potatoes, then top with cheddar cheese and crumbled bacon. Bake them at 375║ until heated.

For crispy potato waffles: Grate leftover baked or boiled potatoes into a waffle batter, cook until browned, remove.  Top with syrup or creamed chicken.

Pancake rollups: If you have leftover pancakes, eat them as snacks. Sprinkle them with sugar and roll them up to munch on the go!

Sloppy Joe2: Use your leftover sloppy joe meat as a tasty and easy pizza topping. 

Sloppy Joe3: Spread leftover sloppy joe meat in a casserole dish. Place cheese over the meat and top the cheese with refrigerator biscuits. Bake until the biscuits are done. You'll want to make extra sloppy joe meat just to make this casserole.

Beef and Noodles: For leftover beef and noodles add a large can of tomato juice and a can of corn and and can of green beans. Serve with bread for a satisfying meal.

Beef stretcher: Thicken beef broth to make a gravy then add cut up pieces of beef and French style green beans. Serve over mashed potatoes or rice. It's a satisfying supper.

Meat loaf to the rescue: Dip leftover slices of meat loaf into a beaten egg, then coat with bread crumbs. Fry in butter or margarine on both sides until hot and golden. 

Mashed potato mix-up: Mix leftover mashed potatoes with an egg, chopped green onion and Parmesan cheese. Put in a casserole dish and sprinkle with additional Parmesan cheese and heat in the oven until golden brown.

Spaghetti saver: Combine leftover spaghetti sauce and noodles with cheddar and parmesan cheese. Bake at 350║ until heated and the cheese melts. Tastes like a new dinner.

Mashed potato makeover: mashed potatoes taste like twice-baked when you heat them with cheddar cheese and dried minced onion.

Stuffed Peppers: Make stuffed peppers with leftover pot roast or meat loaf. Mix up the meat with some onion and ketchup. 

Hearty Hot dogs: When you have left over mashed potatoes, fixed stuffed hot dogs. First stir some chopped onion, parsley, pimientos and pepper into the potatoes. Slit the boiled hot dogs, stuff with the potato mixture, dot with butter and broil until lightly browned. Kids gobble these up!

Perfect pasta: If you have leftover pasta, fry diced bacon and add pasta, stewed tomatoes, green onions and a mixture of shredded cheeses. It's delicious!

Chili Dip: With leftover chili, stir in plain yogurt and cheddar cheese or Velveeta to make a hearty dip for tortilla chips.

Souper Mac-n-Cheese: Add leftover macaroni and cheese to tomato soup. It's a tasty new lunch.

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