Fred wants to start a new Boxing Day tradition.
That’s one of the things I admire about you, Fred. You are always willing to help out. Whether it’s digging a helpful hole in the garden so one of the dears can plant something in your hole left when you dug up your bone or being ready, willing and able to help do away with those pesky leftovers. You are always front and center. Such a good fellow.
We bought a honeybaked ham the leftovers got all diced up and put out back for the neighborhood feral colony waste not want not.
Be careful Fred that all the leftovers don’t go to your waist!
Geez what’s with the attitude, a lot of stuff tastes even better the second time.
Those sausages won’t eat themselves
Mr Dear tis nothing hard about putting food on plate and putting it in a microwave. Just don’t overdo it ;-)
We had cold pizza for the first course last night; turkey, gravy, and stuffing for the second, and finished off with a persimmon that had been “ripening” on the counter for a couple weeks.
Leftovers always taste better heated up a second time, but not a third or fourth time.
Love Fred’s face in the last and second-to-last panel.
I learn economics by eating left overs. My parents had the same philosophy, but through necessity.
Mum called these “plan aheads”
Leftovers never made past 2 hours with me.
Left overs from Christmas dinner, I suppose so.