My family cannot get enough of Asian food, and any time I crank out a dish that announces itself with aromas of garlic, ginger, and soy sauce I pretty much know dinner will be a success. That’s why I’m earmarking this dish for Halloween, since getting a foundation in my boys’ stomachs before the sugarpalooza starts is pretty much the extent of what I can do with teenagers. This dish allows a wonderful glaze to coat the ultra thin slices of steak. It is highly reminiscent of the kind of dish you might get at an old-school Chinese restaurant. Look …
Just when you thought brisket couldn't get more depth of flavor, along some a slew of mushrooms.
Truly, there are few things teriyaki sauce doesn't work on.
“I am a big fan of Katie Workman, and as the mother of four, a big fan of delicious dinner recipes. So Katie writing a cookbook about dinner?
A perfect combination and then some!”—REE DRUMMOND, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks