Cooking outdoors can be a very rewarding experience to both chef and dinner guests. Burgers are one of the largest types of meats prepared by grilling. One of the first decisions you must make when planning a cookout is the type of outdoor grill the meal will be prepared on. The two main types of outdoor grills are the charcoal grill and the propane grill.
No Tenz Momos is complete without a side of fries. However, they don’t have to be actually fried! Oven baked frozen fries are a better alternative than their fried counterparts, but you can actually do better than that. Scrub a potato thoroughly and then slice it into long rectangles. Some people prefer to leave the skin on for added nutrients, while others prefer to peel it first. Toss with some olive oil, salt, pepper and any other spices and bake in the oven at a high heat for around 20 minutes. Check on them once or twice and turn halfway through to ensure that they’re browning on both sides.
To prepare banana heart, discard the outer layers and the flowers until the light yellowish color is left. Finely chop and soak in water with salt for 5 to 10 minutes to retain the color. Drain and squeeze out the water making sure that no extra water is left. This way, a crumbly burger can be avoided.
How to make your bread/sandwich meal yummy: Spread mayonnaise, or sandwich spread, or butter on your bread as desired. Lay on your sandwich some vegetables like lettuce or cucumber. Add the burger patty. Add some cheese. Add fresh tomato and/or onion. Sprinkle some pepper or salt, as desired. Add some mustard or ketchup as desired.
We will start with McDonald’s in our hamburger showdown. A typical burger from Mickey Dee’s weighs about 100g, has 9g of fat, 520g of salt and 31g of carbohydrates. It is made of 100% beef (or so they claim). In terms of preparation, they fry their Burger restaurant over a flat grill for that indoor home cooking taste. It comes with ketchup, mustard, pickle and onion and can be customized to fit your taste.
Fourthly, your food, we all like to think we serve great food, but is it? When was the last time you tried it? Does the dish provide value for money? If you are charging twice as much as a similar nearby restaurant, does the quality of your food reflect the price?
Before deciding on what type of food your restaurant should serve or what style of dining your restaurant should have, be sure to survey the competition. Look at the restaurants in the area and try to be different. Fulfill a need that the people living in that area do not have easy access to. For example, if you see that there are three or four somewhat formal dining Italian restaurants within a few blocks of each other, going for Mexican food with a casual atmosphere may be a good idea.
Most recently I visited the D.C.Ranch location, which is more upscale. Pizza/wine bars are sit-down places with a wide selection of wines, and beer is also served. Grazie is also a wine shop, so if you like the wine you had with your meal, you can buy a bottle or more to take home! The menu prices are reasonable and the personnel very professional and open to diners sharing their dishes.