Teppan Edo


    Teppan Edo is the Japanese Hibachi restaurant in the World Showcase in Epcot. My daughter and I had dinner at this restaurant two years ago on our mother/daughter trip to Walt Disney World. We loved it so much and thought the rest of the family would love it too. One thing that is great…

Simple Moo Shu Chicken


I live in a very rural area. I was reminded how rural this area is when I went to the grocery store and saw these two sauntering across the parking lot. I am used to seeing wild turkeys outside the school and near the church where I play handbells but not in front of the…

#My First Post Revisited Challenge – A Moo Goo Gai Pan Recipe


My First Post Revisited – January 24, 2012 The first day of our new game was a rousing success.   To celebrate the Chinese New Year I found a recipe for Moo Goo Gai Pan at Allrecipes.com. The recipe itself was fairly simple to make: Ingredients 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms 2…

Moo Goo Gai Pan III


Since my blog started near Chinese New Year it has become a tradition in our family to make Moo Goo Gai Pan for Chinese New Year. We have tried several variations on this dish whose name means – Mushrooms and Chicken. This year I think we have found the combination everyone liked. Well, except my…

Shrimp, Chicken, and Broccoli Stir Fry


Every time I make Chinese food I wonder why I don’t make it more often. It is usually very easy to make and my family loves it. I am working on a “No Buy January.” This is the month I clean out the freezer and pantry. I try to make as many meals using only…

Fried Rice with Chicken and Broccoli


Yesterday was an interesting day. Part of my son’s Autism is that he is unaware of what is happening with his body. He has trouble with telling when he is in other’s personal space, he can be sick and not know it or he can seriously hurt himself and not know it. He told me…

Orange Ground Turkey Noodle Bowls


As we get closer to the end of the school  year time for meals is getting shorter and shorter. I have to be super organized and have our meals planned out to avoid picking up a pizza or ordering in Chinese food. Our menu for the next week includes: Tuesday: Slow Cooker Roasted Garlic and…

Guest Post – Three Unique and Healthy Recipes for Beef Tenderloin Dinner


I would like to introduce you to Sam & Amy from Chinese Foods Recipe.com. (click for link to their site) Their website has traditional ancient traditional Chinese recipes, healthy Chinese recipes and simple Chinese recipes that are amazing!  They also offer facts and tips about visiting China. Take a look at some of their wonderful…

Honey Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli


This blog talks about food and the game I play with my family in making different meals each weeknight, but it is really about my family. We are unique and we are ordinary. I have two children with very different personalities and needs just like many of you. I try not to dwell on their…

Pineapple Chicken


We did a small grocery shop this past weekend for some meat and essentials rather than our usual big monthly shop. We have some expenses coming up this month that we wanted to be sure we had enough in reserves to pay for. But, with boneless, skinless chicken breasts for $1.59 a pound? Couldn’t pass…

Moo Goo Gai Pan – 4th Bloggaversary


Four years ago on January 24, 2012, I challenged myself to a game where I would make a different meal each night for my family. The rules I set for myself were simple. I had to post a picture the next day of our meal and give a recipe or in the case of old…

Kung Pao Chicken


I had a bit of extra time last night so I decided to make Kung Pao Chicken.  I stopped at the store on the way home and picked up green peppers, red peppers, green onions, soy sauce and peanuts.  I also picked up a few extra fresh ingredients for our next couple meals. But, I…