There are a number of ways that individuals can affect organizations. This happens because organizations are run by people. The satisfaction of employees relates to the organization’s success.

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There is no right or wrong method for how to write an interview schedule. Obviously, you want to make sure you allow enough time for the individuals you are interviewing to answer all of the questions without feeling rushed. You should give yourself a little time to evaluate each person before you interview the next one.

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HOW TO MAKE A FIVE-INGREDIENT CHICKEN DISH

In the hectic, fast paced world we live in cooking from scratch is practically a thing of the past. That does not mean we must sacrifice delicious, healthy meals. With planning and preparation we can have tasty, nutritious meals on the table in under an hour.

A well stocked pantry, refrigerator, and freezer are a must. A variety of canned or frozen vegetables, creamed soups and sauces, as well as rice and pastas should be readily available. Cheeses such as pepper jack, cheddar, mozzarella, Velveeta, and grated Parmesan add their own special touch to any chicken dish. These along with a supply of boneless chicken breasts and rotisserie cooked chicken in the freezer will put an end to the question of what’s for dinner.

With an almost endless number of ways to prepare chicken you won’t hear anyone complaining, “not chicken again”. Below are a few recipes you might wish to try.

ROTEL CHICKEN SAUCE

1 pound Velveeta cheese, cubed

1 10 ounce can of Rotel (diced tomato and green chili)

3 10.5 ounce cans Cream of Chicken soup

1 soup can of water

1 rotisserie chicken, remove meat from bone and chop

In a large microwaveable bowl mix all the ingredients except the chicken. Microwave on high to melt the cheese. Stir occasionally. Add chicken, and return to microwave for about 5 minutes. Serve over prepared spaghetti or rice with garlic toast and a salad. Can also be served as soup with toast. This makes a lot of sauce. It can be frozen and is even better warmed over.

GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE WITH CHICKEN

1 10.5 ounce can of Cream of Mushroom soup

1/2 cup milk

Dash of black pepper (optional)

2 14.5 ounce cans cut green beans

1 2.8 ounce can French fried onions

1 and 1/2 cups cooked chicken, cubed

Mix all ingredients, except for half the onions, in a lightly greased 2 quart casserole. Bake at 350 degrees until hot, about 20-25 minutes. Stir. Top with remaining onions. Bake until onions are golden brown, about 5 minutes. Serve with a side of sweet potatoes and hot biscuits. Serves 6.

CHICKEN WITH SWEET POTATOES AND APPLES

1 29 ounce can sweet potatoes, drained

2 or 3 tart apples, peeled, cored and cubed

1 and 1/2 cups cooked chicken, cubed

1/2 cup orange juice

1/4 cup brown sugar

2 tablespoons butter or margarine

Layer potatoes, apples, and chicken in a greased 13x9x2 inch baking dish. Pour orange juice over. Sprinkle top with brown sugar. Dot with butter or margarine. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until apples have reached desired tenderness. Serve with a green salad and Sourdough rolls. Serves 6-8.

CHICKEN AND EGGPLANT CASSEROLE

1 large eggplant, peeled and cubed

1 and 1/2 cups cooked chicken, cubed

1 8 ounce package mozzarella cheese, cubed

1 15 ounce jar marinara sauce

1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese

Cook eggplant in boiling water 5 minutes, drain well. Place in a lightly greased 2 quart baking dish. Top with chicken. Add mozzarella, pour marinara sauce over. Bake covered at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and bake another 5 minutes. Serve with a side of buttered carrots and wheat rolls. Serves 6-8

STIR FRY AND CHICKEN

2 16 ounce packages of frozen stir fry vegetables

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 small can sliced water chestnuts, drained

1/2 cup walnut pieces, toasted

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

1 and 1/2 cups cooked chicken, cubed

In a Wok or skillet stir fry vegetables in the olive oil. Just before they reach the desired consistency add other ingredients and continue to stir until all are heated thoroughly. Serve over a bed of fluffy rice. Italian bread sticks go well with this crunch dish.

Eat well, stay healthy.

Reference:
1. 52 Best Chicken Dinner Recipes 2016 – Top Easy Chicken Dishes …
2. 20 Easy Chicken Dinners — Simple Recipes for Weeknight Chicken …

Two main influences govern the dietary customs of India, religion and the caste system. Caste is a social grouping or class that is associated with the Hindu religion. Although, technically it is not apart of Hinduism, it is a major aspect of the Indian culture.

The caste system comes directly from the sacred Vedas. These Vedas identify the different classes and the types of food that each class is expected to eat.

Tamasic foods include meat and fermented food and drink, such as breads, cheese, alcohol, and kimchi. People who are apart of the lower caste follow this diet. The majority of the foods on the Tamasic diet are spoiled or leftover food. It is believed that consuming the foods of this diet, produce feelings of anger, jealousy, and greed.

Rajasic diets include onions, garlic, spicy food, eggs, and fish. The middle castes are expected to eat these foods to stimulate intellect and passion. Strong emotional qualities and the sense of contentment are also attributed to the Rajasic diet.

Sattvic foods are mainly of a vegetarian selection, and include fruits, vegetables, and grains. This is the most desired food of all the diets and is geared toward the higher castes. The higher value of food on the Sattvic diet does not irritate the stomach and has a purifying effect on the mind.

The Brahman castes are the lower ranks of the Indian culture, there are certain foods that they are forbidden to eat. Meat and all meat products, including eggs, are top on the list of forbidden foods. Milk, yogurt, butter, and other milk products are an approved food but are difficult for the Brahman to obtain because they are expensive. Other restrictions include onions, mushrooms and caffeine.

Other dietary customs that are unique to India are more specific to religion, mainly Hinduism. It is believed that a true Hindu will not eat food that is not offered to God first. It is imperative to gain God’s blessing before it is put into the body. One way a person can do this, is to place the food before the spirit, then recite specific prayers. It then becomes blessed food.

Purification of a meal must also be performed before eating. A truly devoted Hindu will perform a ritual of sprinkling water completely around the plate, finishing the act of purification.

Celebrating a child’s birthday also has customs attached to it. Instead of candles being placed on the cake, a lamp is lit instead. This is symbolic of a new life, new beginning and the spreading of knowledge.

Many customs are associated with India. Dietary customs are just another way to show true worship and respect to God and the many different religions related to the region.

Reference:
1. Etiquette of Indian dining
2. Indian Culture: Traditions and Customs of India – Live Science