10 Ways To Cook With Leftovers On The Brain

A Reheat is a day we re-run a classic What To Eat For Lunch column because I'm...OK, I'll just say it. I'm probably still in bed. But Reheat Day is what happens when you made or otherwise inherited a large amount of food. Home-cooking still beats anything you can pick up around the workplace. Unless you work at Eataly of course. Then you can probably stay put for lunch and be okay.

Here are a few recipes of ours you can make for dinner that won't get destroyed when you reheat it the next day (or even the day after that), Mr. Pork Chop Microwaver just pressing "minute plus" willy-nilly. You're a killer, you know that, right? That it's your fault that mac and cheese fell apart? Okay good. None of these are in particular danger from you.

1. Cuban-Style Pork and Rice

2. Mexican Meatball Soup

3. Spicy Eggplant, Tomato and Garlic Salad

4. Tangerine Beef with Glass Noodles

5. Chicken Tikka Masala

6. Salmon and Spinach Pie

7. Vegetarian Black Bean Chili

8. Creamy Artichoke Lasagna Bake

9. Mashed Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Kale

10. Cinnamon Lamb Tagine with Apricots

And, of course, the whole office lunch envy thing is a very real threat to America's workforce. So...careful.

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