What food is better on the second or third day after cooking it?

What food is better on the second or third day after cooking it?

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  1. Chinese food, specifically general tso’s chicken. The first day is fine, but day old chinese food that’s been in the fridge? Food of the gods right there

  2. I’ve noticed that pumpkin bread is like this. It is great when it just comes of the oven, but it is at its driest. Then is gets a little more cake-like and flavorful on the second or third day, if it’s stored in the fridge of course.

  3. Basque cheesecake. When you eat right after letting it cool it will probably taste really eggy, and you won’t get a lot of other flavors. Letting it sit in the fridge for 2 days helps develop the flavor. Also most soups, broths, sauces, etc.

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