One way of staying out of the kitchen at meal times during the hot summer weather is to serve cold roast meats and cold baked fishThe full story by Rob Ferguson: Ontario promises 350 new ICU beds this week as COVID-19 cases surge. But don’t you have to be in the kitchen at some time to do the oven work?
You most certainly do, but you can choose the time of day: it doesn’t have to be when temperatures are at their highesthas been flooded durin.
A Spanish friend relies on cold meats and fish for summer lunches and dinners, but she roasts the meats and bakes the fish in the early hours of the morning — when temperatures are more bearableThe confidence o.
When it’s eating time she has a roast or a baked fish in the fridge which she serves as main courses with a selection of suitable side dishes and saladss just 14 per cent.. She serves cold soups as starters, as well as dips and spreads.
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