We Salute You, Ma’am and Sir!
?Behind every successful person is someone who’s very proud of his or her achievements. While others may simply call them “Ma’am”, “Sir”, “Madam”, “Mister”, “Miss”, “Professor” there is no denying that theirs is one noble profession: Teacher. As you recall your student life, you remember the different types of teachers you have encountered. You might reminisce about your fair share of experiences with them including those tremendous amount of seat works and home works to be submitted the following day, on-the spot essay writing, and surprise quizzes. You also remember how you fought back your fear of public speaking just to deliver that report to the whole class. You may have felt that all those things were pointless and that your teacher was being mean, but in reality, all those experiences helped in shaping your present self. Being a teacher is no joke as you can never go to class unprepared.
Imagine a whole bunch of faces looking at you in anticipation, awaiting that chockfull of new knowledge that you are about to divulge. No, you can never come to class unprepared. And with this follows sleepless nights of every teacher who even compromises their health in the name of education; the professors who meticulously prepare and check the lesson plans before carrying out the lecture. This kind of dedication is hard to match. One must really have the heart and the guts to impart knowledge for the betterment of the future, ?As we celebrate National Teacher’s Month, gather your batch mates and spare some of your time for your teachers. Surprise them through a simple but memorable event. Prepare delicious meals and games. Go for that throwback and make fun of those unforgettable moments you all had. Along with this, let them laugh out loud and share their thoughts, too.
Take this opportunity as your way to deliver your gratitude towards them. And of course, what better way to prepare those hearty dishes than to use Gardenia breads in your recipe! Gardenia has a health line that offers bread depending on consumers’ needs. Wanna be healthy? You may try High Fiber Whole Wheat Raisin Loaf that is soft, moist, and made from 100% premium wheat with whole meal flour and naturally sweetened with real honey. Consuming two slices is equivalent to 20% of your daily fiber needs. High Fiber Whole Wheat Raisin Loaf d is low in fat and contains no cholesterol that may help in maintaining low blood cholesterol levels and may reduce the risk of heart disease. This Gardenia bread contains Vitamin B1 to help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which the body uses to produce energy1, Calcium for optimal bone health2 and Folate that may help reduce risks of women of having a child with brain or spinal cord defect. Now Gardenia introduces you this scrumptious recipe for National Teacher’s Month, the Gardenia Arugula and Beef Sandwich Let’s give it a shot!
2 slices High Fiber Whole Wheat Raisin Loaf; use frozen bread
1 /4 tsp light mayo
1 slice single cheese
4 sprigs of Arugula
2 pieces of Lettuce
¼ C Onion, minced
¼ C garlic, minced
1/8 tsp Worcestershire sauce
500g ground beef
Salt and Pepper
- Mix beef,egg, onion, garlic in a bowl. Add Worcestershire sauce. Season with salt and pepper. Mix with your hands until evenly combined. Divide mixture in equal portions.
- Heat oil and fry patty. Transfer in paper towel and remove excess oil. Set aside.
- Add thin layer of light mayo to High Fiber Whole Wheat Raisin Loaf. Place a slice of single cheese to one side, and arugula on the other.
- Add lettuce to both sides. Place beef patty and top with radish sprouts. Cover with another slice of bread. Serve.