Years ago I heard an elder statesman remark "If you work within the food industry, you will always have work." With that thought in mind I believe the main focus in 2009 will again be the food we eat. Yes the preparation techniques will change from year to year. The portion size will fluctuate based on the percent of profit necessary to keep a business open. A good example is Coke's "new" idea of a sixteen ounce bottle replacing the twenty ounce bottle for under a dollar.
There is a tremendous amount of people out there who never experienced the wonderful taste of thin sliced beef packed on top of a fresh piece of Gonnella bread soaked with gravy and topped with sweet peppers or hot giardiniera.
It is essential to also eat some po' boys. To make this traditional southern sandwich, you need a crusty French bread, which you dress with mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, and dill pickles. Then you can fill it with seafood, beef roast crock pot, ham and cheese, hot sausage and cheese.
Then, I began to let go of my frustrations. Perhaps this person was not enlightened to what a Slow Cooker could truly do, and the amazing benefits it offers. When I was growing up, the only things I remember eating from a crock pot were chili, pot roasts, and pork chops. I was astounded when my aunt at a family reunion put baked potatoes in the Slow Cooker, unaware at that time of the endless possibilities.
You absolutely need good tasting salt free seasonings. You will find that salt free seasonings are not all created equal. Find a good tasting salt substitute. Preferably a no potassium chloride salt substitute. Buy fresh fruits and vegetables or frozen with no salt added. For you to stay on a low sodium diet you will be cooking almost everything from scratch. No canned soups, no mixes, no microwave dinners, no prepared foods. A low sodium diet is back to basics cooking. Old fashioned, old world style cooking doesn't have to take a lot of work. Just takes some planning, good seasonings, good ingredients and Slow Cooking, makes all the difference for a flavorful low sodium diet.
Theatre Package When you book a room of your choice at the Red Maple Inn you will receive two tickets for the price of one for a performance at the Geauga Lyric Theatre Guild. The Theatre will be presenting Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway musical Cats on April and May at p.m and on April roast beef cooking time and May at p.m.
I really like this model. The unit is wonderfully flexible, working nicely in all settings. It really is simple to use and trustworthy. The seamless control panel can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. The outside stainless-steel finish can also be simply maintained utilizing a damp cloth and mild detergent, if required. The Handbook contains 40 tasty recipes for the three cooking programs. The Fagor electric multi-cooker is 12 inches in diameter and 13 inches tall. Requires regular 110 volts household power and it's ETL approved. It is priced at about $90-$100. For those planning to upgrade the antiquated model inherited from grandma or for anyone who have eventually decided to make the leap, the Fagor 6 quart electric multi-cooker model may just be their best match.