Growing up, my grandparents enjoyed preparing pork barbecue a few times every year at their home. Whenever they barbecued, they would invite several friends and other family members over. To serve with the pork meat, my grandmother always prepared several mouthwatering side dishes such as potato salad and baked beans. Because they slow cooked the meat for hours, they were always extremely tired when the fun festivities were complete. Nowadays, my family skips the hassle of cooking pork barbecue themselves. Instead, they enjoy this delicious entree at a favorite local restaurant. On this blog, you will discover the best side dishes to order with a pork barbecue meal at a restaurant. Enjoy!
11 March 2016
If you have just moved to a new area and you have not yet made any friends, you are most likely feeling pretty lonely. The first time going to a bar alone can be overwhelming, but with a few tips you will soon be part of the regular gang, looking forward to your nights ahead instead of worrying about passing your time alone. Here are a few tips to use when going to a bar on your own in an attempt to meet others.
3 March 2016
With its sticky sauce and tender meat, sesame chicken is a favorite order in Chinese restaurants. Unfortunately for dieters, the dish is typically made with deep fried pieces of chicken, which are pretty high in fat. If you've craving sticky, sweet sesame chicken but don't want to ruin your diet, try making this low fat version at home. The recipe makes enough to serve 2 - 3 people. You'll need:
1 March 2016
If you love Thai food, you are lucky in more ways than one. You can enjoy delicious meals such as Tom Yam Goong, Kai Pad Med Mamuang Himmapan, and Gai Pad Pongali while getting some serious health benefits. Dining out does not have to be bad for you. If you want to eat your way to a better physical condition, you should consume more Thai food. Galangal Galangal is related to ginger and is plentiful in Southeast-Asian countries.
30 July 2015
While the neighborhood Chinese delivery restaurant is a great place to grab a quick bite, when you want to have a more unique dining experience, consider visiting a traditional Chinese restaurant. At a traditional Chinese restaurant you won't only be met with delectable food choices, but you will also be immersed in this unique Asian culture. For this reason, it's a good idea to brush up on your traditional Chinese table etiquette for a more enjoyable experience.