If you have leftover chicken or beef bones and/or veggie scraps from preparing meals throughout the week, do yourself a huge favor and don't throw them out just yet. Making homemade stock is a fantastic way to turn leftover produce and bones from meat and poultry, that you'd otherwise throw out, into an essential ingredient for rich, flavor-packed meals and sides. You'll never go back to store-bought stock once you realize how much more delicious the homedmade version is, and just how easy it is to make from scratch.
I know I’m not the first person to to write about eating fried rice for breakfast—not even on this site.
It's January 1. You look around the house and see a dozen half-full bottles of Champagne scattered everywhere. It happens to the best of us. While leftover Champagne is rare, it could definitely be a problem if you got a little too excited last night and popped wayyy too many bottles. Sure, you could drink the remaining Champagne for breakfast, but you likely had your fill last night.