Discovered we'd accidentally left 3 cooked boneless pork chops out all night last night. (Whoops.) Husband and I conferred and decided to risk it, so I re-seared all the exposed surfaces on way-high heat, diced 'em up, tossed 'em into seasoned sauteed mushrooms and onions, splashed on the cheap bourbon, covered with broth, and boiled the hell out of it all for 20-ish minutes (i.e., reduced the broth). Mixed it all with leftover chicken, and our chicken-mushroom stew has become shredded chicken with pork-onion-mushroom sauce. Going to serve topped with sour cream and scallions (including the dark green parts -- why do recipes always exclude them?).
During the process, I felt grateful for saving money, not just for salvaging a couple of bucks on the pork, but for having given me the opportunity to work from home, which gave me the extra time to deal with salvaging the food. If I'd had my old traditional day job and 3-hour commute today, I wouldn't have had the time or energy left to deal with the issue.