“It’s stock rotation night!” exclaimes Tim O.
It’s morning time here at beach. We’re not too spread out reading the paper, drinking coffee, catching up on work and listening to great music. Inevitably over a bowl of Special K or granola someone asks, “What are we having for dinner?” While many of our friends are coming off a long work week and looking forward to a weekend of cooking non-harried and thoughtfully cooked meals, we’ve been doing that every night this week. Let’s see, we’ve had pasta with fresh basil pesto, salads, smoked chicken, fresh-caught sweet shrimp, fresh toasted breads slathered with cheeses and the last of the garden vegetables. And there are left-overs!
Left-overs here at the beach are fodder for tonight’s dinner. Tim’s process is to take stock of these left-overs and put them into rotation; thus, stock-rotation. He defines stock-rotation as “using the most perishable foods in your refrigerator first”. And for this Friday Food Find we’re going to do just that!
Bet you never thought a left-overs night could be so fab - did ya? Now it’s our turn to exclaim to the world that, “stock-rotation rocks!”
p.s. stock-rotation picture to come later…in the meantime here’s what we’ve been doing when not eating!