Words matter. These are the best Leftovers Quotes from famous people such as Thomas Fuller, Andrea Navedo, David Byrne, Miguel Diaz-Canel, Rick Moranis, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Leftovers in their less visible form are called memories. Stored in the refrigerator of the mind and the cupboard of the heart.
Since I don’t have much time to cook, I tend to cook in bulk and eat leftovers.
My favorite time of day is to get up and eat leftovers from dinner, especially spicy food.
Unlike excluding neoliberalism, which puts aside and discards millions of human beings and condemns them to survive on the leftovers from the banquet of the richest one per cent, the COVID-19 virus does not discriminate between them.
There’s a song called ‘Live Blogging the Himmel Family Bris.’ I kind of went for it here in terms of – it was really fun to be explaining ritual circumcision in Nashville – a lot of brises are done in hospitals, but many are done in people’s homes, and there’s a lot of food, and a lot of leftovers.
‘The Leftovers’ is my favorite job I’ve ever had in my life, anywhere, ever. It is one of the greatest TV shows ever made.
Finding exciting ways to use leftovers is what we all struggle with. There’s one simple thing that you can do to transform them: Stock your pantry.
A quick shallow fry is a great way to transform leftovers, and no more so than in the case of risotto.
My grandmother used to make the most incredible chicken divan, and my mom has carried out that tradition. It’s my comfort food. It’s amazing how you can almost taste the memories with a dish like that! And the more leftovers, the better.
New York apartments are notoriously small, and my cute little studio is no exception – space is at a premium, which is one of the reasons that I only have a mini-fridge. Great for leftovers, cheese, and chilling Diet Coke.
The only exercise I got as a kid was fork to mouth. Food was equated with love in my household. I thought you left the table when the zipper was down and you’d explode if you took another bite. I’d eat my plate and then everyone else’s leftovers.
In restaurants in my Brooklyn neighborhood, I always ask for a doggie bag to bring the leftovers home.
The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for thirty years she served the family nothing but leftovers. The original meal has never been found.
I’m a busy mom and I’m a big snacker throughout the day, so I’ll do everything from leftovers from what my children did not eat, whether that’s like a half bowl of cereal or a banana or whatever.
We want to teach families how to cook Tuscan wherever you are. How to reuse your leftovers. How to trick the kids into eating whatever you want by putting it into a frittata.
If I’m in the country, my big idea is to do nothing. It means talking, it means cooking with the leftovers in the fridge – l’art d’accommoder les restes – it means gardening.
Wolves are afraid of humans, whereas dogs are not. Wolves hunt game, whereas dogs scavenge human leftovers or eat what their human companions put out for dinner. Wolves are not great at following human commands, whereas dogs are brilliant at it.
I really have the good fortune that the actors who work with me on ‘The Leftovers’ are thoughtful, hard working, open people and generous people.
I am someone who puts their takeout or leftovers into the Tupperware and stores it in the refrigerator overnight.
It’s not leftovers that are wasteful, but those who either don’t know what to do with them or can’t be bothered.
My wife cooks. I can’t cook. I can remix leftovers pretty good, though.
For me, the two weeks between Christmas and Twelfth Night have come to be reserved for desultory reading. The pressure of the holiday is over, the weather outside is frightful, there are lots of leftovers to munch on, vacation hours are being used up.
People are apprehensive about finding ‘The Leftovers’ funny because it’s such a dark circumstance, but I think, really, what the show is about is examining how different people deal with loss. There are elements of humour and levity and irony in that… just like in real life.
I think if people stick with ‘The Leftovers,’ it’s a very rewarding viewing experience. I wanted to be part of that – and what a great cast we got. I wanted to be one of those actors, in that show!
I’m very average. I’m into fresh, yummy family food. I’m into leftovers.
But nothing beats a Woody Allen film on a Sunday night, with a glass of wine and some leftovers.
I feel like ‘Leftovers’ is dealing with subject matter that’s kind of taboo when you’re talking about religion and faith. They found a way to make it mysterious and intriguing without making people upset.
In my experience as an actor over so many years, I don’t know when I have been touched so deeply on so many levels as I have been by ‘The Leftovers’ in my three years there. It is a profound exploration of life, of grief, of loss.
At the end of the week, my husband and I do a leftovers dinner, where we have to use whatever’s in the fridge. It’s sort of a game.
My mother really would make these dreadful concoctions. She really prided herself on something called ‘Everything Stew,’ where she would take everything in the refrigerator, all the leftovers, and put them all together.
I go light on breakfast. Sometimes it’s a yogurt, but a lot of times it’s leftovers from one of my wife’s dinners.
The first time I read ‘Leftovers,’ I didn’t get it at all.
I simply believe food is too good to throw away – and Christmas leftovers can be a gastronomic opportunity for the well-skilled kitchen forager. With a little imagination, there are a million ways to use up leftovers rather than bin them.