This Kitchen Sink Frittata makes a quick and easy breakfast that will use up all your leftovers — everything except the kitchen sink. It can be eaten for breakfast, or you could even make it for lunch or dinner. Best of all, it takes under 25 minutes to cook.
The classic Italian soup, minestrone is an odds-and-ends dish you make when you want to get rid of all the produce in your fridge that’s about to go bad. Or just when you feel like making a quick soup and you haven’t been to the store. This is a soup you can whip up at the last minute with some frozen bone broth, a can of diced tomatoes, carrots, celery, potatoes, and other pantry staples.