Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Methods for Cooking in 2010

Tips and Tricks for Low-Fat, Low-Calorie Cooking
You can lose the weight and keep the flavor. Use these preparation methods to skip the fat:
  • Steam those veggies instead of sauteing them
  • Replace side dishes with low fat grains that provide great proteins sources to boost energy, like quinoa or lentils
  • Skip the cream based soups and sauces, try a leaner options like using Kanaloa's homemade fish stock to pack taste while lightening up any dish
  • Boil, broil, bake, or grill instead of frying!
  • Try using one of our varieties of grape seed oil by Salute Sante! They make a great alternative to fatty vegetable or peanut oil.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Scrounging for some last minute holiday recipes and ideas to complete your holiday feast? Not to worry, Kanaloa is here to save the day!

Seafood for a Crowd- an article written about cooking with seafood for Christmas. Offers great and unique alternatives to the "typical" Christmas menu, and useful tips and tricks. Definitely check this out!

Seafood Feast
- this site does a great job of breaking down the steps, menu, and planning into a easy to follow guide. A good place to start or get suggestions on preparing for your event.

Looking for a Dish to Share?- have you been asked to bring a dish to a holiday party this year? Cook to impress! Whether it be co-workers, family, or friends, this site has great recipes that will surely make you the talk of the new year. This site is impressive, it's devoted entirely to seafood appetizers!

For those of you on the ball- We get it, you are organized, have planned ahead, and already have a pretty good idea of what you and your guests will be eating this Christmas. Make sure to check out this site, we may provide you with the food and fantastic recipes, but these guys have creative tips and tricks for your party.

Last Minute Crunch- Ahhhh! Freaking out? We've said it once, and we'll say it again: Kanaloa has easy recipes, delicious seafood, and useful staff to help you out. Call ahead or come on in, we would be happy to help make Christmas entertaining as painless as possible.