Welcome to this months edition of the Stewards Corner. This month I’d like to talk to you about something a little personal, a friend of yours ask me to. I know this is going to be a little tuff for you, but its for your own good. To be perfectly honest this friend was your wallet. It’s come to our attention that you’ve been a bit frivolous lately, and it’s time to slow that down a bit, and stop spending money at all those other places that don’t have your wallets best interest at heart. Some of these other places will tempt you by adding adjectives. For example (Portions cut from the finest stock the Pacific North has to offer, then marinated in Crystal Glacier Mountain spring water) what I’m describing is a cedar plank. The same cedar plank that can be bought at Lowe’s. I haven’t even started to describe the salmon yet. Here are some common descriptions explained.
Slow roasted ( we’re giving you a bad piece of meat that when roasted for several hours, 3 enzymes activate between the temperatures of 250 degrees and 325 degrees Fahrenheit to break down muscle, fat, gristle, and other tissue so its tender.)
Simmered ( We almost boiled it )
To perfection ( cooked flawlessly. 3 minutes in the microwave cooks a hot pocket to perfection ) Lightly Breaded ( we only dipped the thing once in the breading )
Don’t pay for adjectives or Diner food at Country Club Prices.
Hope to see you Soon
Larry E. Myers