When people first start to begin raising chicken the question that first pops into their mind is "Where am I going to put them?" This is a necessary question to ask but does not need to be as a big a deal as most people make it out to be. Sure, a coop is one of the most important pieces of equipment you need to have when keeping chickens, but when done right; it is also one of the simplest. The best way to start out is to find good thai chicken dry coop plans that will show you step by step how to set up your coop. One way to find these is to search Google for "chicken coop plans". It's that easy. Making sure you chickens have a well-built coop will keep them safe, happy, and producing more eggs.
The Hornet Restaurant is a great place to eat for every meal. They have a moderate menu with many interesting selections for all courses. My favorite is the slow cooker curry chicken Lettuce Wrap which was flavorful and filling for an appetizer. The Hornet has a wide selection of burgers from the traditional cheeseburger to the Parisian Burger with a peppercorn encrusted patty, applewood smoked bacon, brie cheese, and dijon mustard. They have many booths and tables, plus a good sport bar area for a Sunday football or an afternoon baseball game. On the weekends they have a brunch special with $2 Bloody Mary Bar and classic Mimosas.
Think about ordering two side dishes instead of one big meal. If you go to eat in Boston Market you even order three side dishes for your meal. To lower cholesterol vegetarian is the way to go at least sometimes. Just make sure you don't load up on high calorie dishes like sweet potatoes with marshmallows. Also, think about ordering a whole chicken to share and then getting some healthy sides to go along with it. Speaking of sides when you get a potatoes avoid the butter or sour cream. See if you can get some salsa, or chili to top your potatoes with. You might like it plain if you tried it.
Fry the chicken and onion, in a little olive oil or low-fat frying spray until golden and soft. Leave over a very small heat, while you make the chicken curry sauce. Mix 2 to 3 Oxo Curry cubes depending on how hot you like your curry, with the 250 ml of natural yogurt.
That was easy because you are cooking for one, and for fun. When it comes to cooking for an Indian wedding of 500 guests, that is when the real expertise is required.