I just finished sweating by knocking out the Insanity Plyometric workout for the day. But here I am talking about the Chinese takeout we had for dinner last night. Well, I love food, that’s why I exercise. That makes sense, right? Anyhoooo, so while resizing the images last night, I realized that I was looking at the dishes we usually order when doing Chinese Takeout for dinner.
- House Specialty Fried Rice (shrimp, crab flakes, chicken, and pork)
- Sesame Chicken
- Boneless pork ribs barbeque
- Beef with Chinese Vegetables
- Crab Ragoon
- 2 sm extra white rice
The only dishes we didn’t order yesterday were shrimp stir-fry and hot & sour soup. Whether as individual orders or combos, these are pretty much what we usually partake on during our occasional Chinese takeout dinner. The funny thing is, with the exception of crab ragoon and boneless pork ribs barbeque, I can whip up the other dishes in my own kitchen any day if I want to. In fact, I have made my own versions of sesame chicken, hot and sour soup, different ways to make fried rice, beef stir-fry and shrimp stir-fry as well. I’m pretty sure I can make my own version of crab ragoon too.
So out of curiousity, when you pick up the phone to order Chinese Takeout, which dishes do you most usually pick from the menu?