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Product Review: Oscar Meyer Deli-Creations Tuscan-Style Chicken Focaccia Sandwich

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Are you one of those cooks that have learned tender meat is beyond your realm of understanding? Can't seem to get perfect gravy? Do you find yourself turning green with envy when you savor meals at the homes of others while yours seem to lay like lumps on the serving platter? Then perhaps it's time to welcome a slow cooker into your home.

Speaking of diet, if you want to lose weight, Chia seed focaccia bread recipes are worth looking into since this bread is known for its ability to make you really feel full. The fuller you feel, the less you will want to eat.

Also new to the menu is a blackened Ahi tuna sandwich for $9.95, featuring thin slices of tuna on a toasted slow cooker focaccia bun with avocado, oven-roasted tomatoes, greens and spiced tartar sauce.

Don't be afraid to over season your meat. Most people actually under season, because the cooking process will weaken the flavor of some spices. With the exception of salt, most seasonings will better enhance the flavor if you use about twice as much as you think you should.

The patio view is one of the best in a city that offers few outdoor eating places along The Strip. You can dine on lovely strawberries and baby greens with a chilled glass of Chardonnay, while watching tourists slog along the street below.

These pizzas have no sauce. They start with a round flat piece of easy focaccia bread bread that is around an inch thick. This is topped with oils, vegetables, and other toppings, but no sauce. In this version of the dish, the toppings, which are usually quite fresh, have ample opportunity to truly shine.

Be creative when choosing the toppings for the following recipe (adapted for high-altitude, of course). It can be topped with any number of herbs, spices, veggies and the like. It's only limited by your imagination ... and by what you have on hand. Consider using lightly sauteed red, green or yellow peppers. How about artichoke hearts? Sun-dried or fresh tomatoes work equally well. Capers? Anchovies? Go wild!

Start with a large, unbreakable bowl (a metal one works well). Make sure your grandchild can reach the counter easily (use a sturdy chair or a non-skid kitchen stool). When you come to the kneading part, move the bowl to the floor so that your grandchild can put his full weight into his punches. Let him enjoy the texture. This is the time to encourage your little one to expend all his energy!

Also, there is Kelli's Kitchen, serving the greater Denver area, a focaccia bread nigella that will not only cater wedding receptions but also rehearsal dinners and bridal showers. Then, you can also go to Michael's of Denver, located at 1770 Sherman Street or McCormick's Catering at The Oxford Hotel, located at 17th & Wazee in lower downtown Denver.

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