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December 5th, 2014
Episode 171 of 489 episodes
What should you do when you cook more food than you can eat for dinner? Learn the answer in this episode. Slow dialog: 1:09 Explanations: 2:57 Fast dialog: 16:23 Lee: Wow, what are we going to do with all these leftovers? Sarah: Let’s store them in different containers and we can each take some to work to share. We won’t be able to eat all of this ourselves, and I don’t want it to go to waste. Lee: Okay, I’ll get some plastic containers and sandwich bags for the cookies. Sarah: Can you also grab some wax paper, too? We’ll need to put some between each brownie so they don’t stick together. Lee: We’re not going to have enough plastic containers. How about wrapping up some of this food in Saran wrap or aluminum foil? Sarah: Great idea. I think I have some freezer bags, too. We might as well freeze a couple of pieces of cake to eat later. Lee: I wish we could vacuum seal them and store more pieces. That cake was really good! Sarah: I know. I could eat three pieces in one sitting. Lee: Hmm. On second thought, for the sake of our waistlines, maybe that wouldn’t be such a good idea. Script by Dr. Lucy Tse
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