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Post by Kimi » Sun, 26 Jun 2005 11:37 pm

If you're holding a party/bbq and already ordered food that then turned out to be left out in a quite of an amount, what would you do with it?

Or with leftover in a resto for example? Doggie-bag? Or just have it thrown away? It's just it sounds like a waste even though it seems to be the most common thing to do...

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Post by Guest » Mon, 27 Jun 2005 1:32 pm

Ship them over to 3rd world country. People are starving there everyday

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Re: Leftover

Post by Pinky » Sat, 02 Jul 2005 4:12 pm

Kimi wrote:If you're holding a party/bbq and already ordered food that then turned out to be left out in a quite of an amount, what would you do with it?

Or with leftover in a resto for example? Doggie-bag? Or just have it thrown away? It's just it sounds like a waste even though it seems to be the most common thing to do...
If it is a BBQ / home party, I'll leave it in the fridge and have it for the next day.. In a restaurant, it depends on how much is left-over.

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Post by Guest » Tue, 05 Jul 2005 11:02 am

It depends, if it is can be reheated and cook well..to kill any bateria...its find. Food poisioning can happen with leftover...be wise about it. In the past, family use to cook salted vegies with left over meat. Hear of " Harm choi poi "?? Yammy dish. take care.
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