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I have not thoroughly checked out this website, but someone sent it to my in an e-mail. It has leftover recipes. It says:

Top chefs, the Women's Institute and our own cookery advisor Caroline Marson make economic use of all the odds and ends that invariably get leftover from previous meals or forgotten in the fruit bowl or the back of the fridge... and they taste delicious! We've also added in some recipes for batch cooking winter warmers so there's always something to hand in the freezer to heat up when we arrive home on those dark winter nights - comforting, quick and waste free! Try them out and tell us what you think; also please share your recipes for rescuing foods too - we'd love to hear from you.

There are foods listed on the right hand side that you can click on and it gives you some recipes using this particular food item. Pretty neat I thought. Here is the site:

Love Food Hate Waste

Let me know what you think and if you discover a great fugal recipe.
 

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that site is awesome
and I think it's funny that it has a category to use up chocolate:)
call me crazy but that's one thing I DONT need help getting rid of;-)
 
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