freelance writer, home cook, pescetarian, lover of kitchen gadgets and gizmos
It literally costs restaurant pennies to fill up your cup with soda. The biggest expense in a soda program is the to-go cups. Drink up.
Wow, these are all fantastic! Thanks everyone, I finally feel like we can put the new contraption to good use :)
LOL Sweeney Todd :)
Thanks for the pork pie recipe, that looks amazing!
LOL Sweeny Todd :)
I use the website www.stilltasty.com to figure out shelf-life for stuff. I looked up "Pork Fat" and this is what I got, http://stilltasty.com/fooditems/index/18048
Garretts Popcorn is the best! And, it's a local Chicago institution. The popcorn is available already popped. You can order online, http://www.garrettpopcorn.com/seasonal-gifts/
and Amercian=American...apparently typing is not my strong suit today.
hey! it posted without me saying post...sorry about that!
I was about to say:
Wow, I love a lot of the above smells...but here is my best shot at this.
any common Amercian condiment (ketchup, mustard, mayo and especially relish)...I think this is from years of working as a waitress.
egg salad (both of these salads should never be brought on a plane or into a tight working environment.)
I just roasted spaghetti squash for the first time last night and it was awesome! I cut the squash in half, scooped out the seeds and initial stringy bits, coated it with olive oil, some brown sugar and salt and roasted until soft. Then I tossed it with chopped pecans and served with some sauteed shrimp, heirloom tomatoes, garlic and shredded carrots...soooooo so yummy.
ok, mouth is watering...awesome suggestions. Glad I have a huge stash to work with at home!
I like to make a simple salad of baby spinach, cherry tomatoes (cut in half), shredded carrots and crumbled goat cheese. Drizzle with a balsamic vinaigrette and you got yourself an easy to carry, delicious lunch!
If you need more protein, chicken and salmon go very well with this as well.
Now I totally have to try the breaded/oven baked recipe Burger365 posted (3rd comment from the top.) That sounds amazing!
I've used the supercook recipe search engine in the past to help get through my produce in times of abundent supply. I actually use it often to find out what the heck I can do with everything in my pantry when I'm lacknig inspiration.
I am filing all of these! Thanks everyone, these are great recipes...gonna have to have a couple more parties now.
These are all great suggestions! Thank you very much to all of you!
Here's a great salsa recipe that has always been a hit when I bring it along to a BBQ...
1 large Avocado, cut into small cubes
I medium red onion, coarsley diced
1 large mango, cut into small cubes
1/4-1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
1 small lime
Combine everything except the lime in a large bowl and mix well. Cut lime and drizzle juice throughout the mixture.
That's it! Super easy, very fresh and amazing with tortilla chips and cold Corona :) I typically double or triple the recipe for larger groups.
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