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Holiday party leftovers: What to keep and what to toss

Holiday parties are always packed with lots of good foods and drinks. But if you're playing the role of hostess this year, it could also mean lots of leftovers. Before you pack up the containers, beware that there are some foods that should be thrown out and not saved.

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Dear Dr. Manny,
I recently hosted a holiday party at my house and have a ton of leftovers. Are there any appetizers that I might be able to save without the risk of getting sick?
Thanks,
Tonya

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