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Mr Fingerfood Catering Sydney And All Suburbs

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

Finger food and platters are an enjoyable and ideal way to socialise no matter what your function.So what better way to relax than with the finger food and platter specialists.

We will remove all of your catering hassles so that you can relax and enjoy your function. What the Mr FingerFood Catering Company can do for you…

We will supply you with an awesome quality, value for money package, best suited to your function requirements.

We offer the freshest foods made with only the freshest ingredients.

Our delicious food is easy to serve and great value from fun nibbles to gourmet morsels

We deliver on service and taste!

www.mrfingerfood.com.au

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How To Cook A Chicken

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007
 
 
 
Handling and Storage
• Defrost in the refrigerator only, not on the bench.
• Use separate cutting boards and utensils when handling raw and cooked chicken. Wash these thoroughly with hot, soapy water before and after handling.
• If you cook chicken to eat later, refrigerate while hot.
• Always store cooked foods above raw foods in the refrigerator.
• Keep fresh food refrigerated at or below 4°C.
• Keep frozen food at or below minus 18° C.
• Keep smallgoods in the refrigerator with their wrapping sealed until required. After opening, they must be consumed with in 2-3 days.
• Smallgoods can be frozen on day of purchase and thawed in the refrigerator when required. They can be frozen up to 6 months.
• Once chicken has been thawed, do not refreeze.

Cooking Tips
• Appliance temperatures can vary, you may need to adjust cooking times accordingly.
• Poultry should be fully cooked when pierced and juices run clear.
• Forgotten to thaw your Chicken Breast Roast? It can be cooked from frozen for a longer cooking time. Just follow the on pack instructions.
• Chicken mince is a tasty substitute for lamb, beef or pork mince. It can be cooked using the same cooking methods.
• Allow a whole chicken to rest for 10 minutes before carving, after removing from the oven.
• To keep breast area of chicken from drying out during roasting, place a piece of foil over this area. Remove during last 30 minutes of roasting time to allow the chicken to brown.

Top 10 Indian Party Finger Foods From Mr Finger Food

Monday, June 18th, 2007
The food you serve can make the difference between a good or not-so- good party, but it isn’t always easy to come up with tasty snack ideas. We all have old favorites we end up doing over and over again.Break from the usual and serve an array of sumptuous Indian snacks at your next get-together. Your guests will love the difference, be suitably impressed and chances are you won’t need to cook dinner…they’ll be too full from eating the yummy finger foods you made! Here’s a list of easy-to-cook, easy-to-serve foods:

1. Kababs

Choose from a huge variety: Reshmi Kabab, Galouti Kabab, Bihari Kabab, Shami Kabab, Hara Bhara Kabab, Paneer Kabab…. Can’t decide which one you like best? DO a mixed platter! Serve them with Mint-Coriander Chutney.

Top Picks: Kababs 

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Free Footy Tickets From All Suburbs Catering

Monday, June 18th, 2007

We have managed to secure 20 tickets to this great game to see if the roosters can keep winning

To get yours free just send Jeff an email jeff@allsuburbs.com.au

and if you cant get to the game why not organize a spit roast or bbq at your place and invite your friends over

The easiest way to get to the game this Saturday night when the Roosters take on the Eels is on the club’s supporters bus, only $10 for Tricolour Members and $15 for Non-Members. Tickets for the bus and the game can be purchased at Sydney Gameday, Bondi Junction Mall. If you can’t make it in before Saturday, simply call Roosters Marketing on (02) 9386 3222 to reserve your seat.

The bus will depart Easts Leagues Club at 3:30pm sharp.

The Roosters are ready to make it back to back wins against the Eels and we want you there to support the players.

Remember seats are limited, so purchase your ticket or reserve your seat now, on the Rooster’s supporter bus from Sydney Gameday!

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