Be good today...cheers.
Be good today...cheers.
Today we are talking Kitchen Etiquettes. The non-negociable things you must think and do as you prepare meals both for your family and for your guests.Having being in this business for some time now, we would like to share with you our best thoughts on the matter.
CLEAN CONSCIOUSNESS: This is our first golden rule. Do what you can to ensure your counters and cooking areas are clean. Your faucets,wooden boards and utensils,surfaces of kitchen appliances and every other thing in your kitchen should be kept clean and bacterial free.Use anti bacteria sprays,hot soapy water,clean towels as wipes etc.Use hair net or cap to cover hair to prevent hairs from getting into your meals,wear comfortable clothes. If you must use the rest room while cooking,ensure you wash your hands with soap properly for about 30-40 seconds.
THINK TEMPERATURE:This is a very important aspect of food safety. Different foods are safe to eat or properly cooked at different temperatures, e.g white meat is safe to eat after it reaches 170 degrees, this is different for red meat which must get to 180 degrees before it becomes edible. Also your cooling systems must be maintained at proper temperatures in order to ensure your foods are preserved well.
A good kitchen investment you can make is to get a meat thermometer. It helps a great deal.
CHECK DATES: Another big one! Always check the dates on your food items to see if they are still within the best before dates. If its expired toss it in the bin. Dont try to smell or taste to tell if its still ok to use, your senses are not sufficient monitors, so toss it.
PROPER SERVING: When you are serving, take care to keep cold foods as chilled and hot foods hot; lukewarm is not the goal. Try not to leave any food, whether hot or cold out any longer than two hours. If you have any leftovers, they should be consumed or tossed within three days.
ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS: It always helps to keep your kitchen organised. No matter the space you have the idea is to organise and optimise it for optimal results.Place appliances,condiments,cutlerys,utensils in the best spots where you can easily reach them,where you dont have things toppling over as you move around,where you dont get fatigued as you cook. This will keep you very happy.
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Thats all we have for you today. Share with us your thoughts on the matter, we would love to hear from you.
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Welcome to the beautiful month of June! Are you as excited as I am?..well you should be because we are going on a roller coaster ride with lots of inspiring posts, breathtaking videos, quotes, pictures and everything lovely you can think of. Thanks for your visits to my blog and thanks for all your comments. As always to inspire is why we are here and this month is not going to be different.
Today I bring three lovely poems about the beautiful gay month of June.
If not for June,
My memories of Winter in December...
With a wish to witness,
The freshness of Spring March would bring...
Would not still remain so vivid.
As if only yesterday visited.
If not for June.
If not for June,
My eyesight would not be teased...
By the freedom felt in Summer,
With hopes that linger of those things I could do,
Under clear skies showing bright Sun.
And seeing the fun shared by nearly everyone,
If not for June.
And if not for June I would not be able to reminisce,
From so many experiences I could pick.
June seems to be the month I can do this.
With a thankfulness I am still in the midst,
Of a year that appears to have just begun.
With so much left to offer before it is done.
And for me this happens only when June comes.
O come sweet June, my lovely June
The month when first the roses bloom -
A wondrous, colourful display
By sunlight kissed throughout the day,
So chasing all my cares away.
And fixed above, the starry bull,
Glittering there, so beautiful,
Adorning thus the northern skies
Whene'er the dazzling daylight dies -
‘Tis like a glimpse of Paradise.
Then climbing high in heav'ns expanse
The sun ascends, to so enhance
The splendour that is all around.
O June, fair June, wherein abound
The seasons gifts, which full surround,
With flower petals soft unfurled
And vines around the trellis curled.
The grass is sweet and richly green
With shining luminescent sheen -
Your face, my June, a beauteous scene.
Carnations flourish through the years
Bursting forth from Mary's tears,
And Honeysuckle-scented air,
No other fragrance does compare -
I seek to ever tarry there.
O June, dear June, for you I wait -
My longing ever shall abate
When you recur with all your grace
To lift my heart and light my face,
And thus my soul to full embrace.
Such pure delight, all heaven sent,
O June, my June, you bring content.
‘Tis you for whom I ever yearn,
Awaiting thus your prized return -
O June, my lovely June sojourn.
In the month of June
I composed a melodic tune
Ahead of time before the clocks struck noon
Later at night I waited to sing it out in full moon
June is the smell of sweet fresh roses
A beautiful rosy sixth month it exposes
And with the sweetness of each day
The sky clouds smile brightful and gay
Good Afternoon, My little summer butterflies
In June we can play where yellow meadows lie
We can observe little rivers flow into lagoons
And the mellifluent wildlife retreat into cocoons
And if love where to blossom it will do so quite soon
Because there is something about the month of June
As the longest daylight hours a year balloon
All marriage hopes are not left marooned
June is a beautiful month to sing
And listen to loud wedding bells ring
In this long awaited summer month
The mood of happiness is all June fronts