Friday, July 20, 2007
At Trader Joesin the frozen section you'll find these 5 patties of wild Salmon. Allow them defrost for about 30 minutes. Take them apart and take the unused and put them in separated freezer bags for future dinning. This way you don't have to worry your pretty little head about ripping them apart again. Why, because they some times break down when forcing them apart.
Next take the all natural BBQ sauce and spread this lushes sauce all over your Salmon patties lavishly.Put them into oven for 11-12 minutes.
Grab your box of Risotto Mushroom and Herb and follow the dang simple directions. Takes about 15 minutes. Do this at the same time you're cooking the BBQ Salmon patties and they'll come up done at nearly the same time. WOW, one fine dinner ready to go and impress your family and quests.
Sunday, July 1, 2007
I think you should know some gross fact about this product. This viggie dog sales at Trader Joes, where I work. On this day I was working the sample shop serving this product to customers. As I stood there preparing a sample for a women she asked incredulously,"is it vegan"? Sarcastically with a smirk of humor, "well it says vegetarian"! Behind her stood one of my crew member's who is passionate about reading labels. "Pardon me" he says's since he's jumping in here. "Frankly NO it's not. Read the ingredients on the back and you'll find carmine. This is used to create the color in the veggie dog. It comes from bug guts" A smile of serious tone lingered on his face as the women and I said "no way"! I promised to go on line and read about it hoping to find my Friend wrong. How could they put this disgusting ingredient in a vegetarian dish? Well they did. So with no more to say, but check it out your self. Even if your not vegetarian or vegan, do you wish to put this into your fabulous body? You decide.