well... i never have time to cook or even food shop LOL my fridge constantly contains left-overs from meals i dont think i've even cooked! so; a big roll of puff pastry and a load of left overs makes a brilliant roll. > with salmon and tartar sauce you can make a good fish wellington > add motzorella cheese and pizzary fillings for a pizza roll (this uses up the most ingredients if you just want to get rid) ... use your imagination, anything goes! we eat a lot of fish, especially makrel, good sauce of omega 3. boil up some brocoli and makrel as a simply but very tastey and healthy topping for baked potato. vegetarian options are good too- we grow a lot of vegetables and very thick home made soup can really hit the spot in winter months. also veggie bean wraps: get a selection of beans and pulses, you can get these from a can! mix with spice and stuff into a pitta bread then dry fry it, add some natural yogurt and you're well away. my favourite quick pasta dish is a home made garlic butter made by simply melting butter, seasoning and cooking some chopped garlic in with it, cut up some chillies and add to the same pot until nicely browned, add extra virgin olive oil and wait for the garlic and chilli flavours to soal into the oil. you can either just add this to pasta or to make a more hearty dinner meal add prawns and halved baby tomatos. it doesnt look particularly exiting but the flavours are amazing.