Jul 3, 2013 18:04 What a Crock! Enhancing dishes What a Crock! Enhancing dishes Advocate staff photo by HEATHER MCCLELLAND -- Spread a cream cheese filling on turkey cutlets and wrap with bacon slices to make Cream Cheese and Bacon Turkey Roll-ups. Julie Kay| July 03, 2013 Comments It’s good to remember that even though slow cooking is easy and not exactly gourmet, it doesn’t have to look, well, like mush on a plate. There are lots of ways to make a simple dish look fancy. Meat or poultry cutlets are some of my favorite ingredients with which to start. Pick a great filling, one that appeals to you, and roll-up inside the cutlets or flattened meat. Tie or wrap with bacon, fasten with toothpicks and turn a plain dinner into a dish that pops. Find a sauce that makes a nice glaze or a good companion flavor. Take your time in the grocery-store aisles. I found a nice Classico Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo sauce that sounded like the perfect accent for my cutlets. Then look for color as the finishing touch. It might be as simple as a couple of freshly cooked asparagus spears delicately crossed on top or colorful rice surrounding the main entrée. Julie Kay is a columnist for The Advocate. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.