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Our employee spotlight today shines on Tom Fallucca who excels both in and out of the office. Tom is a Senior Account Manager in our Naperville, IL office that has been with ASL for a little over a year now. Check out the spotlight below to learn more about Tom and learn why he was recently featured in the Chicago Sun Times!
Falling into a sedentary lifestyle is easy to do when you work a typical 9-5 office job. First, you start by sitting when necessary and then you slowly fall into habits that keep you in your chair for hours at a time without even realizing it. Sitting for long periods of time can have long term affects on your health and ultimately, longevity.
In honor of yesterday’s Fat Tuesday, we wanted to share a recipe that will transport you straight to New Orleans — gumbo. Gumbo is the official state cuisine of Louisiana. Some of the first written recipes for gumbo date back to 1885. It is a combination of West African and French cuisine. It’s enjoyed year round and can be made with a combo of fowl, seafood, beef or pork. We chose this recipe because it gives great details on what makes a gumbo an official New Orleans gumbo, the roux. Roux is the base of many Cajun and Creole dishes. For official New Orleans Gumbo you want a deep, dark chocolate brown roux.