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To the soup pot add; chopped or instant minced onion cut up cooked meat or drained canned beans your favorite frozen vegetables a handful of rice barley or pasta and dried herbs like basil thyme rosemary bay and/or marjoram for flavor. Simmer until heated through and the rice or pasta is cooked 20-30 minutes. Just before serving add a splash of balsamic or red wine vinegar and season with freshly ground black pepper. To make a soup extra special top with dumplings serve over a slice of toasted French bread or serve in a purchased bread bowl. Cost: Deli soup $2.59 Homemade $1 per serving. Stir Fries: Stir-fries are a great way to use up odds and ends of leftovers. Heat olive or peanut oil in a skillet. Quickly cook small pieces of chicken beef or shrimp and add cut up vegetables like carrots zucchini broccoli bell pepper and green beans. Make a simple but flavorful sauce by mixing together broth or water and orange or pineapple juice. Add a dash of cayenne pepper your favorite herbs and a little cornstarch. Stir the mixture until the sauce thickens adding more water if necessary. Serve over rice or noodles. Cost: Lunch counter rice bowl: $5.49 Homemade $2.50.
Dried seafood is popularly used as entrees owing to its taste and texture and because it complements the usual flavour and feel of main dishes. The following dried seafood may be used as entrees for a delightful course meal you ll ever had: Dried Abalone According to Tiffany Lam the dried abalone texture is like a meaty chewy mushroom and it s often cooked in a rich soy-based broth. She recommends home cooks to soak the abalone in water for two to three days in the fridge then dunk it in boiling water for an hour and leave it to cool in the pot. After rinsing the abalone under running water for two hours it s ready to be stewed with red meat such as ham and roasted goose. Fish maw Fish maw for those who do not know is the air bladder of all fishes except sharks and rays. It is cleaned dried and then deep-fried.
You will have the spreadsheet completed after all RSVPs are in. This spreadsheet is then sent to your Catering Manager. You will have the normal seating chart outside the room but you also need table cards at each guest seat identifying what their meal selection was. This will certainly help the wait staff when they first greet the guest table to take their food order. This will stop the guests who cannot remember what they ordered or who decide to change their mind at the last minute. You may ask.....what if the guests says his/her card is wrong? Well that s when your spreadsheet comes in handy. The wait staff will write down the guest name and go back into the kitchen look up that person s name and order on your spreadsheet. The table place cards can be identified by different color ie. red for fish and blue for steak.