There is no doubt that nurses work hard. On our day’s off and special occasions, taking a break from our usual home cooking and home parties will be helpful to give us a variety, not only relief from household works but to enjoy ourselves, relax and reduce our stress levels.
This section will give us tips on a lot of things: where to dine, what to eat and more, perhaps to brush on those table manners while dining in style like a rich and famous, complete with a full course entrée and a choice of wine to complement. Cheers and Bon Appétit!
WALK THE TALK on HEALTHY EATING
Practicality and Common Cents
Fast Food is “What’s for Thanksgiving!”
For some nurses’ busy “rich” schedules and the current state of economy, thanksgiving and other holiday dinners need not be complicated. There are good specialty restaurants and fast food places that offer the best meals for less. No hassle preparation, kitchen clean-ups and more time to enjoy self, family and friends. We give these businesses the “stimulus” that our economy needs and ourselves the precious time that we need.
Peace, happiness, friendship and harmony, life: that’s what Thanksgiving celebrations are for.
Lunch & Dinner
Fish Spring Rolls with Fresh Vegetable Salsa or Mango Chutney
Hawaiian Chicken Adobo
Basmati Rice with Curry/Turmeric (White-in-Yellow)
Chopsuey in White Sauce
Fruit Naturals (All Summer Tropics)
Tea (LGH) (Salabat al a New York)
SeaFood Ceviche (Cold seafood salad on lime,venigar,chili,ginger,onions, fish sauce)
- Chopped Cucumber
- Grated Carrots
- Chopped Fresh Pineapple
- Crushed Roasted Peanuts
- Heinz White Vinegar
Sweet Rice with Fresh Coconut Flake (i'na'ngit)
Sweet Rice (bi'ko) with Coconut
Cassava with coconut Flakes (Pitsi-Pitsi)
BEST FOOD FINDS & HOW TO's
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