It's a safe bet that your refrigerator is packed with leftovers—the kind of "packed" where plates are stacked on plates, which sit precariosuly on bowls.
So as you spend the next several days peering though Saran Wrap and figuring out what to reheat—or eat cold—consider this recipe: chicken biscuits.
Patch blogger Macaroni Kid offers easy instructions on piecing the treats together.
On the post-Sandy front: veteran newspaperman Art Gunther III lauds electrical workers from out of state for pitching in after all the local devastation.
"Utility crews from as far away as the Lone Star State were on hand to restore service in the electrical and communication devastation," he pens. "These people are the best. The ones I saw and met were as neighborly as if I sat daily on a front porch in their communities."
Gunther said in the days following the superstorm, he spotted folks from Texas, Georgia and Connecticut helping get the Lower Hudson Valley back on the grid.
(And also on the topic of Sandy: blogger and psychiatrist John Gerson offers tips on coping with the disaster. "Here is my prescription: don’t do it alone; talk about your stress and your worries with friends and family; rely on each other," he writes.)
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