I love coming up with good things to do with leftovers. Food waste makes me crazy, and with a household of two, we always have too much of one thing or another. My latest invention is guinea stew. We slaughtered three guineas a couple weeks ago and roasted them. Eventually I made stock from the carcasses and picked all the meat off, but what to do with it? I was sick to death of guinea sandwiches! My solution was to make my usual veg soup, but with guinea instead of beef. I start with some stock, add a couple big cans tomatoes, a bit of red wine, a chopped onion, and the meat. I let this go for awhile until it looks promising, then I add whatever I have that sounds good. Carrots, peas, corn, green beans, kidney beans, garbanzos, etc. (but not *all* of those ) I stay away from carby things, but my grandmom always adds potatoes or small pasta at the end. Lots of pepper, bay leaves, lots of garlic. I crave this soup! It is different every time, but the rich, spicy tomato base is always good. What creative stuff do you guys do to avoid food waste/keep leftovers interesting?