I have a confession to make. Even eating out with the stupendous frequency I do, I've gotten behind. Due to my abiding love of Roma's pizza, I have yet to make it to any of the new, hot pizza places I keep hearing about. Due to well, no reason at all, I've also fallen behind on wine/tapas cajun chicken breaded. They say the first step is admitting you have a problem. The second step for me was Tango Bistro.
Start by just clicking and rewarding. Use tiny morsels of cajun whole chicken. About the size of a match head. You want to get as many clicks in as you can in a minute, but every click must be followed instantly with a reward, and the pup must be able to swallow the treat instantly. This continues for about five minutes. Then slow down the click rate and put a short gap between clicks around 5 to 10 seconds. You are now teaching the pup that the click means he gets a reward.
A typical summer recipe very popular along the Atlantic and Mediterranean coast. Mussels are fresh and cooked in a white wine sauce with parsley, thyme, bay leaf and onion. It takes only 5 minutes to cook a tasteful mussels mariniere. The secret is to season carefully the meal and to discard any mussels that slow cooker hole chicken don't look good enough.
Next is hamburger meat. This is actually the very easiest meat to cook simply because all you do is stir it around until it all becomes darkish brown and add a few seasonings here and there. However, due to the awful smell of raw hamburger and the blood smell as it cooks, it's not as mentally easy to prepare as chicken is. I have to have an open window or a fan on to prepare hamburger, as it makes me gag, but it isn't that bloody and once it begins cooking that stink turns into more of a "cooked stink" so it does become easier to tolerate.
O'Charley's - It's not as cheap as the others, but it's definitely a deal. Two can dine for $20. Choose Chicken O'Tenders, Cedar Planked Tilapia, Good Time Grillers (sliders), Fried Shrimp Dinner, or the slow cooker whole chicken brussel sprouts Pasta. The best part of this deal is that a side, a drink (soda, tea, or coffee) and O'Charleys rolls are included.
Skip the heavy, greasy fry-up or conversely, never leave home on an empty stomach. Aim for a low-calorie, high-protein breakfast such as a whole-egg omelette with ham, cheese & tomato, or banana on wholemeal toast with ricotta and sugar-free maple syrup. Less than 400 calories, these two breakfast examples are tasty and simple to prepare.
Action: At the party, you can play games or just eat and enjoy one another's company. You may even consider working in a family-friendly version of the Mardi Gras tradition of collecting sets of beads, by coming up with your own appropriate alternative to body exposure - perhaps mini-scavenger hunts, or exposing something else like your age or weight.
Any of the following toppings are ideas you can follow: Add the ingredient(s) listed below (adjusted to your taste) to 1/2 cup of mayo, Or, experiment on your own with any assortment of spices, herbs, garlic, onion, chile powder, curry powder, citrus zest, pureed fruit, ketchup, chutney, mustard or horseradish, anchovy paste or even crumbled cheese. Let the flavorings you have added to your gussied up mixture blend for an hour or so in the refrigerator before using. Your blend will last a week or so, refrigerated, depending on what you have added. A mix made with dried herbs, curry powder, or mustard will last quite a bit longer.
Chicken is a fantastic topping for pizza. Everybody loves pizza but not everybody likes the high sodium or sausage kind of meats on pizza. Chicken is a versatile meat that will work wonders with pizza. BBQ chicken pizza tends to be a favorite but some people have used pizza with lots of vegetables as a pizza topping.