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01 October 2012

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Katie @ Lovebird Productions

Seriously...this post is genius! So many times I was stuck with too many leftovers and a husband who doesn't eat leftovers! Love this idea and cannot wait to dive into these cookbooks!

Krissy + Murphy

Fantastic! I hate having leftovers all week. Usually I can divide a recipe, but what happens when it only needs one egg and you want to half it? I'm betting these avoid that problem!

Jenn

While I do have an old Better Homes & Gardens cookbook all about cooking for 2, fiance and I have no qualms with leftovers and always cook for 4 and immediately put the extra 2 portions in reusable to-go containers and take them for lunch the next day. Not only do we get home-cooked lunches we save a fortune compared to buying lunch out.

KissMyTulle

Jenn, the Boy and I do the same but since I'm awful at pre-calculating how much the recipe is going to make... sometimes our leftovers go for days. Basically, I blow at math.

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