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At the moment I'm eating cold lasagne, it's pretty damn good. I think curry's damn awesome the next day too.
I always make chilli the day before I want to eat it.
Inc pretty much all pasta and curry, the kinds of pies that have mashed potato on to (shepherds, cottage and fish).
Any meaty meal, when you take a small quantity of leftover meat and veg, and put it in a not-shit-bread sandwich, with added condiments.
I'm going to hunt you down.
And tend to have tuna. It'll smell more of molten cheddar I assure you.
the not-really-at-all smelly fish.
but warmed up in the microwave :)
carerole, noodles, cumberland/cottage/shepherds pie, anything that's thick and moist.
Bit of sweet chili sauce. Blast of the spice weasel. BAM.
I can tolerate the worst of days knowing I have sausage sandwiches in my bag.
as are cold sausages.
ITS deliscious. why cant i remember how to spell delicious. oh i just did.
have you ever tried garlic and tomato brushed toast? it's so good.
but thats in the "prepared and supposed to be wuite nice" range of foods. i'm thinking more of the "hmm whats the tasty peice of leftover food i've just found in the kitchen?" category.
Cold spaghetti is also AWESOME, I have a real thing about that.
she finds melted butter/spread revolting.
It's a fucking pain in the arse waiting for it to cool - I usually shove it in the fridge.
i'd just put her toast straight in the bin.
and neither does pasta.
the correct answer is: rice + stir fry/curry
yaeh curry's teakes the re-heat win as far as i'm concerned.
i made a big puff-pastry pie filled with mince, onions and carrots. it is nice hot but even nicer cold, especially after 24 hrs in the fridge.
risotto can be okay, though sometimes a bit sticky when cold.
cold sausages are the greatest.
pizza is the king. my housemate did homemade pizza a few weeks ago so i took some to work the next day. mmmmmmmmm.