How to reduce your leftovers
Christmas is here and we want to give you some great ideas on how to make your food shop go further. We’ve got plenty of recipes and tips to help you store ingredients, cut down on food waste and recycle materials.
Turkey 4 ways
We’ve got lots of inspiration for leftover turkey recipes. Try this tasty turkey and leek pie or a turkey carbonara. Remember you can keep leftover turkey in the fridge for 3-4 days, but only re-heat once and make sure it’s piping hot.
Christmas leftover recipes
Made too many sprouts? Got some tasty Christmas cheeses to eat up? It’s not just the turkey you can turn into something delicious to eat. Try some pan-fried sprouts with pancetta or a tasty cheese sauce.
Fab festive flavour combinations
The tried, the tested and the unexpected. Everyone loves a sensational flavour combo at Christmas. Let your leftover sauces, chutneys, cheeses, stuffing and meats offer a little inspiration.
Some things are too good to waste
There’s really no need to let anything go to waste in your kitchen. It turns out the most common foods are perfect for all kinds of things, like recipes, wildlife cakes and dog biscuits. Help reduce your food waste once and for all with a few of our top tips.
Don’t bin it! Get creative with it!
Turn your rubbish into (totally not rubbish) Christmas decorations and wrapping. We’ve got lots of creative ways to recycle and repurpose right here, like these place names or jar lanterns. All easy and affordable ways to recycle waste.
It’s a wrap!
We support WRAP’s UK Food Waste Reduction Roadmap, an industry-wide programme that guides businesses to target, measure and act upon food waste. Our mission? To see a 50% reduction in food waste in the UK by 2030.
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