Sometimes I bookmark recipes and forget about them. This was one of those. You scroll past “chicken teriyaki” thinking, well, I’ve already made versions of that before so why would I make a different one? But I decided to click on it anyway and sure enough, it needed to be made. It was both simple, and slightly different since you cook the sauce and meat separately. It isn’t the usual method but I decided to see how it would work. We ended up loving the sauce. K said he wanted it on everything. It was sweet without being too sweet, and it had a bit of salt to it, but nothing too crazy. When I used beef teriyaki sauce on chicken it seemed too strong. This sauce is perfect for chicken!
As promised on Monday, here is a follow-up to the visit from my dad and M. My dad said he had a question about the blog. I thought maybe he didn’t like something. It turns out, he wanted to write a post! And not only did he want to write it, but had already written it! Of course I said sure, so what follows is what he and my stepmother came up with. Enjoy!
You are being treated to two guest bloggers today – Dad and M (stepmom). For those of you who have been following this blog, you know that after the Fudgelet was born, Dad and M came out to help where they could. Here’s what they have to say.
About two months ago, when my dad and M were visiting to help us with the Fudgelet, they made us lots of meals. They had certain dishes they felt comfortable making, and then they decided to branch out and try some new things. I actually am proud of them for expanding their horizons when they visit us. We’ve gotten them to try a few new places they wouldn’t have even considered previously (and they really liked them!), and also some new food. Because we couldn’t easily go out with the baby, most of the experimenting this time was with recipes.