Discussing Questions And Answers About Homemade Sauce For Dog Food

Sandra asks…

Dinner suggestions for large birthday party?

There will be about 15 people. Need something that is inexpensive, some what easy and kind of nice. No lasagna, birthday girl is not that fond of it, and it’s too cold to BBQ out doors so burgers are out too.
Thanks!!

Jimmy answers:

What part of lasagna doesn’t she like? If she doesn’t like the traditional red sauce lasagna, why not try one in a white sauce with spinach, brocolli, and chicken? Or what about stuffed manicotti with ricotta cheese, mozzerrella cheese, spinach, brocolli, and chicken in an alfredo sauce?

Other ideas:

Turkey tenderloin with carrots, potatoes, and homemade gravy baked in the oven
Potroast with carrots, potatoes, and homemade gravy made in the crockpot
Taco Bar with different meat (chicken and beef) and different toppings (lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, olives, etc)
Seafood; shrimp, scallops, lobster, etc.
You can still BBQ the food, but eat inside. Plenty of people use the BBQ outside in the colder seasons. Put on some burgers, ribs, hot dogs, brats, kebabs, salmon, etc. (most of that can also be baked if you are completely against the BBQing idea)

Lizzie asks…

What food should not eat during pregnancy??

Do provide list of example the food and drinks should not eat during pregnancy period? thanks..

Jimmy answers:

Feta (goat cheese)
brie
Camembert
blue-veined cheeses, like Roquefort
Hot dogs
Sausages
Deli meat
Under cooked meat like beef and chicken
Pates
Ready to eat cold seafood
Raw eggs and raw egg dishes
Raw seafood, especially shellfish
Eat hard cheeses, like cheddar, instead of soft cheeses during pregnancy.
If you do use soft cheeses during pregnancy, cook them until they are boiling (bubbling).
Make sure the labels of your dairy products say “pasteurized” on the label.
Make sure you consume meat, poultry or seafood that has been cooked thoroughly

The Food and Drug Administration as well as the professionals in the medical field always caution expecting Moms against eating soft cheeses and certain deli meats. The reason being certain foods can become contaminated with bacteria called Listeria. . If you become sick from Listeria, the baby you’re carrying could get sick or worse case scenario it could be fatal. To protect your unborn baby, eat hard cheeses instead of soft cheeses and thoroughly cooked meats while you are pregnant.

Raw meat such as sushi, seafood, rare or uncooked beef, or poultry because of the risk of contamination with coliform bacteria, toxoplasmosis, and salmonella.
Raw eggs, or foods containing raw egg such as Caesar dressing, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream or custard, unpasteurized eggnog, or Hollandaise sauce because raw eggs may be contaminated with salmonella.
Soft cheese such as blue cheese, feta, Brie, Camambert, and Latin-American soft white cheeses such as queso blanco and queso fresco because they may harbor harmful bacteria.
Fish containing accumulated levels of mercury in their fatty tissues such as shark, swordfish, king mackerel, tilefish.

Charles asks…

What to have for BBQ?

Having a little BBQ not sure what to make, I know chicken, stake and all but what else can u make? Ain’t doing it on a proper BBQ cuz I wanna get a bit a smoke into the meat so I’m putting up a fire and throwing a wire mesh on it…. Like the smell of burning wood..

Jimmy answers:

Outdoor barbecues and picnics are one of the best parts about the arrival of warmer weather! I have found over the years that it’s best to stick with traditional side dishes for these events. People love eating the same foods and gravitate towards things that are familiar or comfortable to them. It’s okay to put your own twist and add some additional flavors, but the dishes should be standard foods. There is a greater likelihood that people will eat and enjoy the food you bring.

Many things can be grilled or put on an open fire as the protein course. Consider having hot dogs, hamburgers, steak, sausage links, fish fillets, pork loin, or chicken breasts.

Side dishes for the actual meal (to accompany the protein served) can include any of the following:
vegetable tray with ranch dressing
fruit salad
fresh fruit with dip (fruit flavored dips are great or cream cheese based dips)
bologna and cheese cubes
macaroni or pasta salad
potato salad
broccoli salad
ham, tuna, or chicken salad sandwich triangles
baked beans
baked macaroni and cheese
green bean casserole
buttered sweet corn
roasted baby potatoes (make with garlic, olive oil, and chives or parsley flakes)
candied carrots
fresh toss salad
tortilla roll ups (made with deli meats and cheeses)
trail mix or party mix
tortilla chips or pretzels with dip (chips with salsa or cheese dip, pretzels with special mustard sauces)
mixed nuts
deviled or pickled eggs

Don’t forget to include desserts at your barbecue as well. Everyone needs a sweet treat after dinner.
Brownie bites
cupcakes
apple pie
brownie trifle (made with brownies, ice cream, chocolate pudding, whipped cream, etc)
oreo dirt pudding (crushed oreos, pudding, whipped cream)
ice cream sundae ingredients
cookie ice cream sandwiches (cookies instead of the cake part surrounding the sandwich)
whoopie pies
fruit crumbles (apple, blueberry, or peach crisp)
homemade breads (banana walnut, cinnamon raisin, etc)
cinnamon rolls or sticky buns
donuts
fruit and yogurt parfaits (with crushed granola)
finger jello

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