Growing up, my parents would try to deter me from wasting food by pointing out that there are people in far corners of the world who were starving. They thought it would guilt me into finishing my chicken nuggets; instead I would suggest mailing my leftovers to the nameless hungry persons so they could enjoy my discarded chicken nuggets. While my five-year-old logic was flawed (two chicken nuggets certainly would not travel well), my parents did manage to hammer home the idea that wasting food is less than ideal. Now as an adult, I\u2019m not tucking bits of breaded chicken into envelopes addressed to Hungary, (I\u2019m sure my parents got a laugh out of that) just into tupperware to be brought to work the next day. Or if I\u2019m making something that I know will have an excessive amount of leftovers (but can\u2019t properly reduce the recipe) I\u2019ll ring up a few friends and drop parcels of food off at their house or push muffins on my coworkers.After whipping up some Italian food the other night I found myself with some extra cheese and pesto in the fridge, along with some tomato slices from my salad. Instead of tossing out the few ingredients, I popped into the store to pick up a baguette and made myself a little leftover sandwich that could probably be found on a bistro cafe\u2019s menu. Kinda Caprese Sandwiches 1 baguette fresh mozzarella 1 tomato 1 teaspoon mayonnaise 2 teaspoons pesto Slice and lightly toast a baguette in the oven or toaster oven for a few minutes. While the bread is toasting, combine the pesto and mayonnaise in a small bowl to make a pesto aioli. Slice the tomato and cheese and move them to the side. Once the bread is toasted, spread the aioli on each slice of bread and add the slices of tomato and mozzarella. For those looking to make a heartier sandwich, add slices of grilled chicken to the sandwich.