Son Of Hibachi

14 Feb 19
Are We Still Having Spaghetti For Dinner?

Gather round, everyone. I’m going to regal you with tall tales of my time in Virginia. It was a long visit compared to what we normally get. I left after work on Tuesday, arrived on Wednesday afternoon and didn’t have to leave until Sunday. Three full days plus two half days. I last left off […]

11 Feb 19
Mark's Thoughts and Making a Difference

Thanks for joining me! On August 15, 1960, I was brought into this world by Nancie Jo Lane, then, age 23 at the old Tucson Medical Center. Eight months earlier, he second husband had filed for divorce and re-married his first wife.  In the best interest of my half brothers and sister, who never new […]

10 Feb 19
Phillips Loop

There are a few restaurants that I frequent in Wichita Falls.  This is because a lot of the restaurants are not good.  Whether it comes down to rude staff or unappetizing food, my…

09 Feb 19
Foodie Explorers

Irasshaimase Glasgow! Benihana, meaning ‘safflower’ in Japanese, is an American company which operates Japanese cuisine restaurants around the world. Founded in New York City, there are now 116 Benihana restaurants around the globe. There are two in the UK already, in Piccadilly and Chelsea, with Benihana in Glasgow being the first British venture outside of […]

08 Feb 19

A comprehensive guide to choosing the best portable BBQ, the best charcoal and gas models for camping, caravaning, taking to the park or simply using in your own garden What does your dream portable barbecue look like? We have a few options that we think could make the best portable bbq grill. Read through the […]

06 Feb 19
R.A. Miller

I haven’t been a long time smoker. In truth, I’ve smoked between 2 to 3 years. For the first year I smoked about 2 packs a week. For the second year I smoked around 1/2 a pack, to a full pack per day. In the third year I’ve cut it back down to around 2-3 […]

03 Feb 19
Anatopism

Advice for eating in a Hibachi restaurant. Have a food plan. Stick to it. Make eye contact with the chef. Don’t be distracted by the fire. Always take at least one shot of sake (or whatever non-alcoholic beverage they substitute) straight to the mouth. Whenever the chef throws food or shoots sake at you, DON’T […]

01 Feb 19
Hot and Sour Sass

Recently, I was back in Anderson, SC and took the family out to our favorite Chinese restaurant in town – Master’s Wok. Now, there are several reasons to love Master’s Wok. One is that it has an semi-authentic orange Chinese roof tiles making it look a little like a piece of the Orient settled into […]

01 Feb 19
My Life Cookbook - low carb healthy everyday recipes.

Looking for a low carb appetizer to take to a football party this weekend? Try this low carb hibachi steak appetizer with shrimp and vegetables. There are also two delicious dipping sauces that go with it! This post is sponsored by the Certified Angus Beef ® brand in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper […]

28 Jan 19
ViperPay

2019-01-28 04:18:45 [ad_1] Chris Horrell stands next to a company truck Friday at Bug Zero in Cape Girardeau. KASSI JACKSON Recent Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year honoree Bug Zero at 213 Clark Ave. in Cape Girardeau has been in the pest control business since 2009, and is building a new […]

28 Jan 19
blended: party of six

Today we celebrated the beginning of Loo’s birthday month. We ventured into a neighboring state and went bowling, played laser tag and ate at our absolute favorite hibachi Japanese restaurant. (Who doesn’t like to see their food cooked right in front of them?) Although, I’m pretty sure my sons favorite part is when they let […]

26 Jan 19
My Incredible Website

Famous, Rich, and Successful People Who Were High School or College Dropouts You don’t have to go to college to be a success. Even if you go for awhile, you don’t have to graduate to be a success. Here are just a few of the people who have become famous and/or successful without graduating from […]

10 Jan 19
WTBU Sports

By: Max Wolpoff GIVING UP LAS VEGAS – A few of the 500 who started this convention are sitting against the wall outside the waiting room and complaining about coming all this way for absolutely nothing. Some of the people who have the right credentials on their resumes, one I met from Long Island included, […]

09 Jan 19
Phelps Family Adventures

So here we are one week into the New Year. I returned to work after a wonderful winter break of family and fun. We spent the first weekend of the New Year hanging around the house, hitting up the grocery store, folding laundry and simply getting ready for the week ahead. On Friday, we went […]

01 Jan 19
Shades of Sebago

My dad. My hero. A true gentleman through and through. He lived the American dream, and inspired the people he worked with from the mail room to the corner office on the 46th floor. Such a great guy, loving son, brother, husband, father, uncle, grandfather. Edward Euguene Buehler was born in Chicago, Illinois on 24 […]