This is legit the best sweet n sour chicken recipe! It was put on this blog many years ago and I've made it countless times all these years. My husband requests it often and my kids gobble it all down. I know you will feel the same. The sauce is perfect, not too sweet and not to tangy. Pepper and onions add the most delicious flavors with the sweet pineapple. Top it on rice and it's very filling and satisfying. The best part is its simple and fast. Weeknights become so busy! We are always . . .
Honestly if it weren't for my husband I would have always stuck with carne asada tacos. I am the kind of person who, when finds a dish they love at a restaurant, sticks to it. I will be the most loyal human to that dish they ever did see. I suppose I'm like this for two reasons.... 1. If I'm going to spend my hard earned money on something it better be good! 2. I'm usually going to that restaurant because I totally craving that specific meal! My husband has a great knowledge of mexican food . . .
I am a strong believer of the tacos and the salsas. There cannot be too many tacos or salsas ever, in my life. I mean seriously. Fresh, healthy, lean, sat-is-fy-ing. A couple of weeks ago I went to one of my favorite restaurants here in California called The Yard House. I ordered a few tacos al a cart 1. of them being a steak. 2. a carnita with pineapple salsa. Have mercy it was good. Ever since then I have been itching to make them at home. So finally, one long sunny hot sunday afternoon I . . .
This is one of my favorites of the kids at our OSD 4th of July Party...its sooo them. We asked "Everyone take a bite a look at the camera!" annnd we got 1 cheeser, 2 following directions, 3 in la-la land. So many components go into a great dinner, which is also why it can be SO exhausting to host your own party! Typically, with us, potluck is the way to go. Mostly because a lot of us are students or just recently graduated- so we can't afford to feed 20 a full course meal. Not that we . . .