I visited a steel plant in Cleveland, Ohio to talk about what we’re doing to rebuild our economy on a new foundation for stronger, more durable economic growth.
One area where we’ve made great progress is American energy. After years of talk about reducing our dependence on foreign oil, we are actually poised to control our own energy future.
Shortly after I took office, we invested in new American technologies to reverse our dependence on foreign oil and double our wind and solar power. And today, we generate more renewable energy than ever – with tens of thousands of good, American jobs to show for it.
We produce more natural gas than anyone – and nearly everyone’s energy bill is lower because of it. And just this week, we learned that for the first time in nearly two decades, the United States of America now produces more of our own oil here at home than we buy from other countries.
Once I had some time to soak it all in, I was overcome with shame, acknowledging that my egocentric self had once again reared its ugly head. Had I not gone to the DPS, I would’ve jumped up and down with joy, wishing I could kiss/hug the gracious person. So there I was reminding myself, yet again, the world does not revolve around me and my “perfect” timing.
I’m also thankful for fried wanchai service apartment rice come a busy weeknight or lazy day when I just want to be one with the couch. Anything goes when it comes to this dish. If you end up making too much rice, simply portion it out into freezer-safe plastic bags and freeze. That way you can make fried rice whenever the desire calls.For this version, I kept things very simple. And vegetarian. However, feel free to add whatever ingredients you have on hand.
Just don’t go overboard with your veggies Attractions in Hong Kong as too much can release excess moisture making the dish mushy. And, of course, don’t leave out the ketchup! You’ll appreciate the sweet and tangy elements that it adds to the dish. At the end, you can taste and squirt some more ketchup if you’d like. Be careful not to add too much as it can make the dish mushy.
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