Every country has its own traditions and cuisine, and when it comes to barbecuing, every nation has its own style. Though many regional variations of barbecuing exist, there is one shared commonality no matter which side of the globe you’re on: a barbecue is a time for bringing people together and sharing the joy of eating.
Now that you’ve reorganized the linen closet and cleaned out the refrigerator, it’s time to look in the pantry. If you’re afraid to even open the door, it’s definitely time for some spring cleaning in there. Take inventory to see what canned goods are hiding at the back of your shelves, and find a way to use them up before the labels fade. Here are some simple ideas for how to use canned goods up quickly.
Here’s the easiest first: choose reduced-fat and low-fat products rather than standard. Do not accept the argument that reduced-fat and low-fat versions don’t taste as good. It’s not true. Low-fat versions may lack some of the flavour you or your family are used to, but after a week or two, you’ll stop noticing the subtle decline in richness.