Happy Birthday, General Tso! Our favorite chicken dish's namesake General Tso Tsungtang was a major military leader during China's greatest civil war, the Taiping Rebellion, from 1850 to 1864. It's not clear how his name was added to a tasty Asian entrée, but his birthday inspired us to create a General Tso's-themed Asian dinner menu! From appetizer to dessert, this dinner is quick to make and full of delicious, Asian-inspired flavor your whole family will enjoy.
It's that time of year again – the weather is chilly (or downright blizzard-y), Christmas decorations are going up and, of course – it's the height of football season! Whether you're trying to figure out what to bring to your next holiday party or hosting a get-together to watch the big game, why not go for something different than the same old chicken wings or chips and dip? Today we're offering up some easy appetizers with Asian flair.
Fall is certainly a time of change: the seasons turn, school starts again and schedules go from calm to crazy in the blink of an eye. Between work, errands, activities, household duties and running after the kids, it can be difficult to make the time to create a home-cooked meal, but takeout and fast food aren't exactly the healthiest (or cheapest) option.
Welcome to the latest edition of our Quick Weeknight Dinners series! We know how fast your schedule fills up, and the last thing you want to do after a hectic day of work and errands is spend your time in the kitchen. That's why we decided to search the web for tasty meal ideas that are ready fast and can often be made from ingredients you already have on hand.
September is National Family Meals Month. All month long, Kahikians are gathering together for delicious meals. Numerous studies have shown the long-term health, academic and societal benefits of eating as a family. According to a 2013 Harris poll, only about 30% of American families share dinner every night. This national movement aims to increase that number.