For those who like to eat, they wouldn't like any frills to be attached to food.
Give them a steak (veg or non-veg, keeping in mind the scenario) and a glass of
water to down it and they will be happy. Then there are those who would like to
have a different meal in itself prior to their main course. Since a large part
of the population falls in the former category, yeah, we are going somewhere.
Country Club is having a salad show, giving the homemakers the perfect opportunity
to make their meals more delicious at the beginning and the end. A chef to show
the gathered audience how to conjure up the perfect salads and desserts is surely
ranked as a gift of God. If the beginning and end are taken care of, managing
the middle part should not be a big problem. If not, there are always other cooking
classes happening, and Hail Khana Khazana.
Some of the kinds of salads that are going to be presented are:
The chef is also going to make a presentation of an Orange Cheesecake. Imagining
the possibilities with their tastes and textures is enough to make anyone salivate,
even after being conscious of etiquette. That's when such intricacies take a fall
out of the window.
The chef in question is going to be Chef Anjaneyulu of Country Club itself. There
is also going to be a presentation on microwave cooking by LG microwaves. Armed
with tips and do's and don'ts on the subject, they are sure to provide ample information
on this increasingly popular technique.
For people who have a slight drawback at cooking, mixing a few fruits and vegetables
into a delicacy should be enough to veer off the eater's mind until they have
finished their meal. Otherwise, hope that you've been endowed with the gift of
the gab or have home delivery on speed dial.