Discussing Questions And Answers About Sauces For Dog Food

Helen asks…

Dealing with family members who could care less about ethnic foods?

So most of my family really doesn’t care about eating ethnic foods.

I on the other hand love it!

I try all these different restaurants out and have been exposed to great dishes. When I go out I order the most adventurous thing on the menu. For example last time I went out for Chinese I ordered Jelly Fish and Beef Tendons in a spicy red sauce for my appetizer. I talk about food all the time to my relatives and they know where I go, but to them eating hamburgers, cheese pizza, and hot dogs is what they eat. They are not like me.

Is there any way I could get them to like the same things I do? Or am I just wasting my time? Also why don’t they show interest in food like I do?

Jimmy answers:

My husband was like that.
To him, eating adventurous was getting the pickles AND the onions on his burger. Or getting his steak medium rare instead of medium.
No point in trying to change people that won’t change.
I live with my daughter and son in law and you would think mushrooms, blue cheese, shrimp, rare steak, hummus and tabouli were from another planet. I just enjoy and be thankful I don’t have to share.

George asks…

What can i cook with four cans of tuna, box of powdered mashed potatoes, chedder cheese, lipton chicken flavor?

What can i cook with four cans of tuna, box of powdered mashed potatoes, chedder cheese, lipton chicken flavored noodles, wolf brand hot dog sauce, and half a loaf of bread? have all the stuff to fix it with like milk and butter and salt and pepper and such? could i possibly prepare the tuna by frying it somehow with vegatable oiL?

Jimmy answers:

Sounds like a recipe for a genuine comfort food Sunday night dinner! Here’s some ideas:

Combine:

2 cans drained flaked tuna with mashed potatos that have been reconstituted. If you have some frozen veges, add that, place in baking dish. Take two or three slices of bread and toast them slightly. Crumble to make bread crumbs: mix with a little parmesan, salt, pepper, and cumin. Sprinkle on top of casserole along with shredded cheese and a drizzle of butter. Cover and bake at 350 until golden and bubbling.

Cook up noodles and add tuna and frozen peas if you have them. Add 2-3 T of the instant potato flakes, salt and pepper to taste. Stir in cheese and serve.

Add mayonaise, sliced drained olives, sweet relish, chopped red onion, celery, pepper and lemon zest to drained tuna. Refrigerate for one hour. On slices of bread, place some of the tuna and top with the cheese. Spread outside parts of the bread with butter and grill until the cheese is melted. Serve with chicken noodle soup.

Mary asks…

Whats the best types of food to sell for morning lunch and dinner at a small restaurant in a gas station.?

There’s a lot of college students around here. And majority of the food places sells southern food, I want to be different.

Jimmy answers:

Pizza !
You cannot go wrong on pizza!
Just make sure your pizza is a bit different and in a few different flavors that they will want to come to your gas station to get.
Like white pizza ( mozzerella, alfredo sauce,and maybe chicken.
Triple meat ( Pepperoni,sausage and bacon)
Canadian bacon and pineapple.
Veggie
or corn dogs
hot dogs,
pita pockets with filling ( Or use pie dough and make your own fillings)
sloppy joes
Maybe focus on hand-held foods :)
Fresh fruit, ( Lots of folks “going healthy !)
milk in flavors,
chips,
candy bars,
veggies
make sure you offer a little something for everyone.
Tater wedges (another “no-fault” food !)
filled rolls ( a dinner roll with a meatball and a bit of cheese and sauce )

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