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A website like the FN show Chopped?

shadon | Sep 23, 201805:17 PM     2

I brought home leftovers from restaurants the last two nights and would love to repurpose them. I’d love fo to find a site that, given what one indicates they have, makes suggestions for new dishes. For instance I have home fries, two small stuffed shells, and a lamb meatball. I’d love to take advantage of the elements to make a different dish or dishes. It can be assumed that I have a pantry and fridge with stuff

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