Fugdy Brownie Stuffed Banana Cupcakes with Toasted Marshmallow Frosting
That’s your face, planting into this Kung Pao chicken!
I know, here I go again with the Asian food. What can I say, it’s so flavorful, so delicious. Plus, you know, its got veggies and hot peppers to keep those colds away!
So a few things:
1. Why the heck has it been so cold here! I mean I hear some of you guys have been getting like 65 degree days! What the heck?!? Share some of the warmth and send it over to Colorado! I mean -18, that’s just not livable! Or likable.
2. So today it was sunny for like the first time in three days! I was jumping for joy, until I went to take pictures and suddenly a giant cloud formed. And did not go away, till like 4:15…….when the sun was setting. Clouds you are evil! Don’t you know I am a very important (not) food blogger who needs ample light for her photos?
3. So about these photo’s. What do you think? Do they make you want to grab a fork and dig in? Or if your cool, pick up those chopsticks? Or maybe it makes you want to learn how to properly use chopsticks? For me, chopsticks are a great idea that unfortunately, I execute very poorly! Seriously, how do you go about eating rice with those cute little sticks?
I am so lame.
Anyway, Kung Pao Chicken! It’s pretty fun to say right? I feel like I should be doing a ninja kick while saying it or something!
This one’s a crowd pleaser! Everyone who has tried this, which is adding up rather fast, has declared it better than take out! Picky eaters included (minus “what’s this red stuff”). Leftovers are awesome too. Just ask the two kids (whose names I don’t know) that I have been feeding lately when they return with my little brother after a day of riding. Their plates were licked clean. Literally, they did the work for the dishwasher!
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Take that Thursday! Ka Pow!
Your photos and the food look delicious. Read thru the ingredients and am excited to try your recipe…Thanks for posting it.
Definite face plant!! I love your photos (and recipes!) I think you should shoot photos for a magazine, or start your own!!!
AH, wow! Thank you! I am not sure my photos are that good! I try, some days are better than others.
We’ve been having some negative degree weather lately. Thankfully it seems to be on the rise. This kung pao chicken does look yummy. My kids love anything with rice, since I’ll let them use chopsticks to eat.
Looks SO good! Found you at Mrs. Happy Homemaker! 😀
This looks delicious! I’m pregnant right now, so my menu plans for the week keep coming up either majority Mexican food or more Asian. This sounds perfect and your photos are droolworthy!
Thank you and congratulations!
Woot! Chinese food and it’s easy! My kids have been asking for Chinese food, and we can’t afford to do take out. Besides it’s so much better fresh! I’m going to include your recipe in my meal plan for next week which is on my other blog, frugallocalkitchen.com/blog/
Thanks so much for linking up to Show & Share Wednesday! This looks absolutely mouth watering, gorg photos too. I shared this on my Facebook page this afternoon! Hope you’re having a great Monday.
Thank you so much for sharing this on facebook! Also, thank for the nice words on my photos! It is sometimes pretty hard!
That looks real good! I saw you linked up at Show Me Your Plaid Mondays! Following on pinterest now!
Beth @ The First Year Blog
Yummy! I’m going to try making this really soon!
It looks sooooo delicious! So colorful 🙂
Hi Tieghan! You should be here now, the sun is shining so beautifully and it’s 50 degrees! I love living in the South! Great recipe! Thanks for sharing! Blessings from Bama!
Saw you at the Foodie Friday Linky Party. This looks amazing. I am definitely trying!
What a colorful, gorgeous and delicious meal! I’ve been craving chinese food like no other and haven’t given in because I’m trying to move away from all of the holiday indulgences I had to partake in…but making it at home is so much more healthy and I bet a world more tasty! Love it, going to try it!
Hi, found you over at Semi Homemade’s link party. You are too funny. I’ve been freezing my butt off in UT at about -20 for the last few weeks. It did warm up yesterday for 3 minutes while the sun came out… but then the clouds got us too. I know what you mean about having that light for photos though. I’ve had the same problem. Your pictures look great though and I’m sure this Kung Pao Chicken is delish’. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Your photos are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am trying to improve them!