Talin’s Meat Sauce for Chicken, Ribs and Pork Chops

I love sauce and dressings a lot and I love bathing my meats, salads and all that in with that. I have made my own sauces and dressings with different types of herbs, spices and people love it.

Here are one of my favourite signature sauces I made myself from scratch to pork chops/chicken/ribs and depending on how much you make. It can be a lot, but this recipe is for 4-5 people: (Bathing your meat with lots of sauce and marinating it is very important to make it tasty and tender)

Ingredients include:

2 1/2 tbsp – chicken seasoning powder
1 tsp – allspice
2 tbsp – onion powder
1 onion – red – very finely chopped into very small pieces
3 1/2 tbsp – brown sugar
3 cloves of garlic – finely chopped to very small pieces
1 tbsp – garlic powder
1 can of hot chicken sauce or poutine sauce gravy mix (you can use them for pork and ribs as well.
3 tbsp – soya sauce – light sodium

3 tbsp – mayonnaise
2 tbsp – Lemon juice
both Lemon and Mayonnaise will tenderize the meat.

Mix all ingredients together very well in a mixing bowl for about 5 minutes, making sure all ingredients are incorporated with one another. Let it sit for about 10 minutes so it can rest, and then add it to your meat and let your meat marinate for about an hour or 2. Make sure it is all covered. Put your meat in the fridge. Add all the sauce on it.

Enjoy 🙂

Benefits of efficient traveling – Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is one of the busiest Airports in the world, and many tourists and locals of Toronto go in and out of the airport daily. Traveling has changed a lot in the last 20-23 years. A lot of new technology has been added, the face of air travel has changed, the laws are constantly being updated and many new security measures have been added in addition to how airports operate. The benefits of efficient travel is vital to keep the flow of passengers going as well as employees of Toronto Pearson Airport.

Here are some ideas of benefits of efficient traveling and to create a New Toronto Pearson International Airport:

– Terminal 1 should be focused on USA/Canada travel. NEXUS and entering US customs and security should be in T1. Canadian Travel should be there as well since majority of US/Canada flights are there. Security screening would be more easier and quicker if more machines from T3 US NEXUS/Customs can be transferred to T1.

– Terminal 3 should be focused on Southern, Caribbean and International destinations. The benefits would be to make more room for international and eliminate all US/Canada travel from the terminal. Normal security screening and moving the machines from T1 to T3 would make getting to flights on time and less lineups.

– The Airlines that fly to US/Canada/ International/Southern/Caribbean destinations can be split between both terminals. For example, Air Canada flies to Los Angeles LAX, and the same Airline flies to Paris, France, then both terminals can separate between International/Domestic and Southern flights as well as Nationwide.

– Airports should also be pet friendly. Say, a passenger flies away for a while and returns back and gets picked up by loved ones along with their pets, it would be a great thing to see pets reunite with their owners and the reaction the animals get when they haven’t seen their owners for a long time just like how human reactions can be. It would be a great incentive and the benefits and the joys of seeing human and animal reactions can be a positive and rewarding thing at the airport, as long as they are attended to and kept leashed.

– Allowing people who wait for passengers at the arrivals to wait right at the terminal round-about for 15 minutes. Allowing passengers to stay instead of circling around.

– Spotting aircraft locations in the airport premises. Allowing non-passengers to enjoy the airport and more pre-security departure options to allow people not traveling a great experience at Toronto Pearson and permit leisure time for aircraft, airport enthusiasts.

I think these key points is an imperative part to improving operations at YYZ Toronto Pearson Airport of Toronto. It is important to keep things efficient as tourists are increasing, line ups are long and sometimes check in processes can get super busy especially during the holidays, leisure and business travel.

I am certain that these changes will take the step to the right direction and that passengers, non-passengers and airport employees, aircraft and airline crews will all appreciate it. Separating the destinations per terminal is important.

USA Travel should be catered to one terminal where customs, check in processes and NEXUS entry areas should be in one area and opened up make room for that as the security procedures differ from the regular security screening.

Toronto Pearson is an airport that is near and dear to my heart and it is a place where it is sentimental for me. These ideas and suggestions are things that I have observed and would love to see them considered and happen in the near future. I get excited every time I come to the Airport whether I am flying, picking up passengers, spotting to watch aircraft take off and land. Its a beautiful airport that I love so much and this airport means the world to me.

I am glad I have all these memories and I cannot wait to continue to make more travel memories throughout the years.

Toronto Pearson International Airport – YYZ – CYYZ

In Toronto Pearson International Airport, there are over 60 Air Carriers which operate in and out of the airport. They are connected through direct flights, codeshare, connecting flights which the airport caters to over 180 destinations around the world. Toronto Pearson is one of the busiest airports in the world and it is in the top 30.

List of Airlines per Terminal at Toronto Pearson International Airport: CYYZ – YYZ

Terminal 1:

Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Avianca, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines, Egyptair, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, SAS Scandinavian, Singapore Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, Thai Airways International, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines and United.

Terminal 3:

Aer Lingus, Air France , Aeromexico, Air Transat, Alaska Airlines, Alitalia, American Airlines, Azores Airlines, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern, China Southern Airlines, Condor, Cubana, Delta, EL AL, Etihad Airways, Flair Airlines, Fly Jamaica, Hainan Airlines, Iberia, Icelandair, Interjet, Japan Airlines, Jet Airways, KLM, Korean Air, LAN Airlines, Miami Air International, Pakistan International, Philippine Airlines, Primera Air, Qantas, SAUDIA, Sunwing Airlines, Ukraine International, Westjet, and WOWAir.

Cargo Terminal’s: (NON-Passenger)

Cathay Pacific Cargo(Vista Cargo), Cubana Airlines Cargo(Vista Cargo), FedEx Cargo (Cargo North), Korean Air Cargo(Cargo West), Lufthansa Cargo(Cargo West), and United Parcel Services(Vista Cargo).

I think Terminal 1 at the Toronto Pearson International Airport should be for US/Canada destinations and Terminal 3 should be for Southern and International Flights. I have been working on this pilot project to pitch in this idea for the airport to make things more efficient and more practical in travel and to keep things organized. Especially for the Canadian and USA Travel out from the airport. Hopefully, this can work out. It will be a great step toward the right direction if this pans out.

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Some Travel advice from me to you.

Talin’s travel tips:

Zone boarding – At the Boarding counter at the gate before heading to your aircraft. Important tips to follow.

Zones are put on your boarding pass for a reason to make going to the aircraft less congested and keep things organized when you are finding your seat and getting enough time to get settled in with putting your carry-on baggage away in the overhead compartment or under the seat in front of you.

When your zone gets called, that is when you line up. When it is being announced where families with children and those who need more time and assistance with those in wheelchairs and who requested wheelchairs and those in priority seating need to be seated first.

Then Zone 1-4 or whatever the case maybe follows. Do not worry, all of you will get on the aircraft and they won’t leave without you when you are there at the gate.

Depending on the size of the aircraft and how many seats there are, they sometimes begin by zones in the back of the aircraft, then mid zone, and then the front.

I know sometimes it is difficult to find space for your carry-on baggage in the overhead compartment when it is a full flight, but sometimes you have no choice but to put your baggage under the seat in front of you or unfortunately have your carry-on checked for free if there is no space left. That is what gets people to not follow instructions because they are afraid for these reasons.

No worries about these little things. Have a safe trip and what is important is that you are on the flight and heading to your destination. Have fun.

Worst ever mistakes travelers make at before and at the airport

Talin’s Travel Tips

– Checking for your flight status –

Check your flight status 3-4 times before you get to the airport. Usually, flight statuses are usually listed 24-48 hours before a flight, but it is a good idea to check your flight 24 hours before, 12 hours before, 8 hours before, and then once more about 4-5 hours before. just before you head for the airport in case of delays or cancellations.

– Not bringing a refillable water bottle –

Water is important to keep hydrated especially when you travel. Bring an empty water bottle with you because during the security screening. There are refill water stations once you pass through security and head towards your gate to meet with your aircraft.

– Not wearing socks –

When you travel, Always wear socks and do not arrive at the airport with just wearing flip flips, sandals and shoes that you don’t need socks with. During security screening, they may ask you to take your shoes off. Do not walk barefoot on airport grounds, especially through security. Comfortable footwear is a must.

– Not arriving early –

Some people think of arriving an hour before a flight gives them enough time… WRONG.. It is not a joke. Arrive at least 3 hours before your flight. You need time to check in, obtain a boarding pass, check in your baggage, then security, then time to arrive at your gate where you will meet with your aircraft. Plus you need to give the airport workers time to get your baggage to your aircraft to make it in time for your flight. Also, you need to take into consideration the crowds and lineups. Arrive early to be safe than sorry later.

– Buying snacks at the airport –

Buying snacks at the airport can cost twice as much. buy snacks and pack them properly in your carry-on baggage or purse. Chocolate cravings? Want to munch on chips or something else? Buy your snacks the day or couple of days before. Make sure they comply with what is permitted to bring through security. Always check with that through your local airport security laws through a website or by calling CBSA, CBP, CATSA, or TSA or going to their websites for information.

– Not having the proper documents – forgetting passport –

before you head to the airport, make sure you have all necessary documents before travel and never forget your passport. Always put those items in your carry-on bag/purse first. Make sure they get put in the bag and not taken out. You do not want to be denied boarding.

– Not having your boarding pass/passport ready –

We all know we cannot avoid it. Going through security that is. Always have passports and boarding passes on hand and do not look for them in your bag. keep them in your hand and then you will need to show them once again before boarding your aircraft. Keep lines short and keep things going quickly.

– Not doing research on permitted and non-permitted items –

Always check what is permitted and not permitted in carry-on baggage and checked baggage. very important. Also always check how much liquids you can bring and to make sure you comply with the rules and regulations before you get denied boarding, go into secondary screening and the risk of confiscating your items.