I couldn’t decide which picture was crappier, so you get both. Lucky you! We made ourselves sick on this last night. We ate too much. A few notes: I couldn’t find the pre-cooked noodles, but I did find the same Yakisoba Noodles over by the Ramen Noodles that were in a microwave dinner box. I used two boxes and only cooked the noodles and veggie packet in the microwave to use in this recipe. I threw out the flavor packets. Also, I used Teriyake Baste & Glaze in ours. I browned the chicken in a little oil first and then drained off the oil before adding the Teriyaki Baste & Glaze. Since that sauce is so thick, I had to add a little water a couple of times to keep it from burning to the pan. It worked out fine. I used a can of sliced water chestnuts, 1/2 of a red bell pepper, and a package of fresh, pre-cut veggies from the produce section because I’m lazy. Thank you, Teresa!
This was a really fantastic recipe. It’s from Teresa Kasner and you can find it here: Teresa & Dayle’s Chicken Yakisoba
The pattern I’m using for the ripple afghan is available for purchase on Ravelry. Find it here: Churchmouse Vintage Crochet Blanket. I love this pattern and I’m glad I bought it. I had seen it before but was being cheap and wouldn’t buy it. Why do I do that? I’ll gladly pay $5 for coffee and Starbucks, but I hesitate to pay that much for a pattern. I never claimed to be smart. Oh wait…yes I did. It’s right there in my profile. Ha-ha-ha. By the way, the pattern is for a baby-sized afghan. I chained 240 for an adult-sized afghan. I’m using various worsted yarns and a size J hook. That will seem like too long of a chain at first, but once you get through Row 2, it will shrink up considerably. Mine is 50 inches wide before the border.
I’m a busy bee so I have to go now. Be happy and smile. Bye now.