How to Repurpose Takeout Leftovers from Some of Portland’s Iconic Spots

For indecisive diners ordering takeout for one, there’s bound to be leftovers that slowly dominate your fridge: a multi-use development of quart containers, unlabeled boxes, and tiny cups of soy sauce or chimichurri waiting for the right moment to fall and explode on your floor. In these moments, figuring out the right move can be tricky — microwaves are prone to zapping tenderness or breaking sauces, and reheating day-old rice can be tough for those uninterested in fried rice. While eating the same meal twice is fine, sometimes mixing things up and making something new can work underworked creative muscles, while also preventing the dreaded leftover fatigue.


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