Using Up Leftovers After You Cleaned Out The Refrigerator


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You saw me clean out my refrigerator and you saw how many bits and pieces on leftovers I had. Now see and hear what I did with …

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  1. Dawn Hoffman
    Dawn Hoffman says:

    Congratulations Lynn!!! I’m so glad to be a part of your YouTube family! I’ve seen all of your videos and can’t wait to see what you post next! I know it’s going to be great! You and I are so similar, except I don’t do videos. 🫤 We could be real sisters, not just sisters in Christ! Also, I’m a phlebotomist as your husband was and I have a daughter named Laureen! ❤ 🤗

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  2. Margaret Bedwell
    Margaret Bedwell says:

    Congratulations Lynn on your 3 year anniversary. This was a great video, using up the leftovers. Sometimes the leftovers are even better than the first time around ..such as a roast. I love hot roast beef sandwiches. This week I had two meals of potato soup. I potato left in the pantry, half an onion from the fridge, a couple stalks of celery with all the leaves on it, a carrot sliced small, some onion powder, salt & pepper. I cooked it in a bit of water until the veggies were tender then turned it down low to stop the boil then added a pat of butter and some 1/2 & 1/2. It was delicious. So glad you enjoyed the card. That was one of my favorites to make. Y'all have a Blessed evening.

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  3. JaneinBCpreps
    JaneinBCpreps says:

    Congratulations! I enjoy your upbeat videos. We also love leftovers! I often plan ahead and purposely make more than enough for one meal. Now that my youngest adult son and his 2 boys (3&7) have moved in, I set aside a portion for his lunch for the next day, and repurpose the remaining leftovers in a casserole or soup. A 3 lb chicken that I roasted for dinner one night became a creamy chicken, stuffing, cheesy casserole incorporating leftover and aging veggies, heavy cream, Italian cheeses…delicious! It's leftovers became a lunch for my son and a freezer meal for a later date. The chicken carcass and scrap veggies made a delicious broth for a pot of creamy chicken sink soup…a mishmash of frozen cooked chicken, potato cubes, leftover cauliflower rice, a carrot, celery, heavy cream frozen a year ago, chopped kale and parsley. Everyone loved it! 1 chicken became several dinners and lunches🙂

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  4. sam Dix
    sam Dix says:

    I really look forward to seeing your videos. Congratulations for 3 years. Coffee and Lynne, each time, my favourite. Thank you. God bless you and your family. 🇬🇧🇬🇧

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  5. Goldie Tomlinson
    Goldie Tomlinson says:

    congratulations on your three year anniversary being on YouTube. I love your videos. Please don’t stop them. I love hearing about your family and the different recipes that you cook and your church life. I just love your videos one day maybe will meet

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  6. MJYouAreNotAlone1
    MJYouAreNotAlone1 says:

    Happy three year anniversary I’m so glad that you are here. Please never stop I really enjoy your videos the visits are wonderful. All of those ideas sound absolutely delicious. Good night take care God bless you!🙏❤️

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  7. Holly
    Holly says:

    Thank you for your videos. You are always an encouragement to me! I also really love your Bible study videos!
    Congratulations on your three year anniversary and I hope that there are many more!!!😊❤️

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  8. Tux&Phin'sMom
    Tux&Phin'sMom says:

    Congrats on 3 years! Thank you for being such a Godly example on your channel and putting in right out there, I love that.
    If you make a meal you like but do not want to eat it more than twice, I got a pack of 3 aluminum pans with the cardboard cover. I make up one of those for a yummy meal, put it in a zipper bag and vacuum sealed it. I put it in the freezer for a night I do not want to cook. If you do that with 1 meal you each like, you can make a dinner where everyone gets a favorite.

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