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Seafood and Corn Beach Barbecue
(NC)—Seafood and seasonal vegetables steam to perfection on the grill in foil pouches lined with fresh corn husks. The husks prevent the contents from burning and add flavour to the steamy juices. This recipe makes one individual package that...
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Office Lunches… Sans Sandwich

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(NC)—If carrying lunch is too reminiscent of school days, maybe it's because you're packing the same old sandwiches.

If your office lunchroom has a fridge with a freezer and a microwave oven, bring something different – frozen, fully-cooked foods that you can heat and eat in about 3 minutes. By preparing your own hot meal, you'll eat better, save money, and still have time for a brisk walk at lunch time.

Here are some fresh lunch ideas that are easy to make when you start with new Schneiders Quick Serve fully-cooked chicken or pork. Heat these up and you are bound to be the envy of your colleagues:

• Teriyaki Chicken Wings heated with instant rice

• Hot sliced Chicken Breast Italian over crisp salad greens

• Chicken Parmesan; easily made by topping Grilled Chicken Breast with canned tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese

• Cordon Swiss; Breaded Chicken Breast topped with a slice of ham and some Swiss Cheese, heated until the cheese is bubbly. Enjoy with a fresh crusty roll.

• Heat Pork Loin Steak in the microwave and enjoy with a single-serving package of applesauce and raw baby carrots.

Break loose from traditional sandwiches and have a Quick Serve restaurant quality lunch at the office.

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