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Low Calorie Chicken
- Calorie restriction, or caloric restriction (CR), is a dietary regimen that restricts calorie intake, where the baseline for the restriction varies, usually being the previous, unrestricted, intake of the subjects.
- Low-calorie jerky products are those containing 80 grams of calories or less per serving size. The Jerky.com homepage features a section of products that fall into this category.
- less than 40 calories per serving (check that serving size, many times the manufacturer will reduce the serving size to an unreasonable sized serving in order to claim their product is “low-calorie”
Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie
Throughout the world major fast-food chains are easily recognizable, synonymous, for better or worse, with an American way of life. Far more interesting, how
ever, are the generic fast-food establishments that serve menus that are more or less the same as their corporate counterparts, but not as slicked with marketing.
A subgenre of such eateries, found across the United Kingdom and urban America, is the chicken
joint. Offering fried chicken, French fries, burgers and an array of Indian and Middle Eastern-inspired items, these restaurants are countless, though they all share similar qualities. Called such names as Perfect Fried Chicken and Tennessee Fried Chicken, these are not franchises, but individual establishments that happen to use the similar names and looks, though no two are the same. It is these differences that Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie comprises, show
casing a vivid vernacular design culture.
With photographs of menus, logos, lettering and menus, and an interview with the founder of the London-based business responsible for making most of the city’s chicken joint signage, Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie celebrates the varied visual qualities of fast-food signage. On the surface it may all look the same, but the differences reflect a ubiquitous, and humorous, design aesthetic that cannot be ignored.
Healthy Chicken Vegetable Soup
Yesterday I bough a chicken breast with the intention of making vol-au-vents. But the fish stew took longer than I thought so I ditched the idea.
Today, instead of making a high-fat, high-calorie dish using cream, butter, and puff pastry, I decided to make an easy and healthy soup with the vegetable
s I had on hand.
1 chicken breast
half bottle white or rose wine
1 can low
sodium chicken broth
a few mushrooms
few leaves of kale
3 cloves garlic
2 plum tomatoes
few dashes Worcestershire sauce
pinch of thyme
pinch of oregano
pinch of herbes de Provence
1 bay leaf
few glugs olive oil
salt and pepper
In a large soup pot, heat some olive oil and brown cubed chicken breast. Salt and pepper the meat. When there is some nice browning at the bottom of the pan, remove the chicken and set aside.
Add sliced onion and garlic. Season with salt and pepper. Stir until some of the brown color has been picked up by the onions. Add carrots and tomatoes and season again. Allow the tomatoes to stew a little, making sure all the brown bits have been dissolved by the juices from the vegetable
s. Add the mushrooms and do the same.
After allowing the mushrooms to cook for a few minutes, add the wine. I happened to have some left over sparkling rose so I just used that. Let the alcohol burn off and the mixture reduce a bit. Then add the stock, chicken, and kale. I also added some water because there wasn't enough liquid and it would all be too rich otherwise. I couldn't tell you how
much, just to eyeball it. Season with salt and pepper and allow everything to simmer until the tomatoes are almost falling apart and the kale is cooked. (Here it may look like the kale was overcooked but it was actually kind of old and tough so I had to let it cook longer for the stems to soften.) I let this simmer for about 40 mins, then sprinkled a little chopped parsley at the end for garnish.
This is a really healthy soup that's light but still feels substantial. I had a small potato on hand so I boiled it and cubed it and mixed it into the soup, but it's fine with just a piece of crusty bread.
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had this for breakfast at an English Camp....hate spam...ewwww, don't like bean sprouts, kimchi was ok, seaweed soup was okay, rice was good. good thing I hate cereal and a bagel and had some OJ for breakfast =)
low calorie chicken
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