Please welcome my friend Lisa Lin from Healthy Nibbles and Bits as she shares a favorite lettuce wrap recipe! ~Elise
Summertime is all about light, fresh meals, and these teriyaki chicken lettuce wraps fit the bill exactly.
The chicken filling is flavored with a homemade teriyaki sauce. You could substitute your favorite store-bought teriyaki sauce in this recipe, but making your own is easy. I also find store-bought sauce to be too sweet for my taste, so I like that I can control the amount of sugar that goes into this sauce.
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The “Swamp Foxes” of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 74 conducted an aerial change of command ceremony above aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)(Ike) in the Mediterranean Sea when Cmdr. Daniel W. Testa relieved Cmdr. Teague R. Laguens as commanding officer, July 4.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson, joined crew members past and present, family and friends commemorated the 25th anniversary of USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), July 4 at the Nauticus Naval Heritage Museum in downtown Norfolk where the ship was commissioned.
Sailors aboard guided-missile destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87), assigned to the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (Ike CSG), are ready to face a new challenge. During the next few months, the crew members will say goodbye to Mason as they transition back to civilian life.
A Naval Service Training Command (NSTC) officer is using a unique concept to help develop leaders in the NSTC domain.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Marianas awarded a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) to five SDVOSBs for construction and facility work primarily on Guam.
After 100 days in command of Navy Region Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA), Rear Adm. Rick Williamson, spoke about the unique challenge of commanding a region that has an environment of threats that range from hybrid war, terrorism, and low intensity conflict to humanitarian crisis.
Boing Boing very proudly welcomes our new sponsor, Meh.
Meh is a daily deals site that often struggles to explain what the products they are selling are, what these gadgets do, or why you might possibly like them. They handle this the same way I approached college: if you can’t offer useful information, make up something that sounds oddly plausible. You’ll marvel at the creativity and sheer bullshit that goes into drafting the descriptive copy for the goodies they offer the world.
Sometimes you’ll find a gem. Occasionally, you find something kinda useful in a limited, and likely to break soon kinda way, for an incredible price! Those are special Meh moments. Treasure them.
Meh is about fun! That’s why they are sending each one of us at Boing Boing a random box of of crap that was literally laying around their warehouse. They really don’t care what we think of the stuff, they hope we find something fun, or at least destructive, to do with it. We’re not supposed to tell you how perfect it is. Every week or so this summer, one Boinger after another will receive a mystery Meh box and will share their wonder, bemusement, or disappointment, at what arrives. We may be weird, but to us this sounds very fun.
This video was made during the shoot for our Virgin America seat-back entertainment channel. If you fly Virgin America, watch Boing Boing TV on Channel 10 in the television channel selections. We had a lot of fun making it! If you are flying the hep skies sometime in the next 2 months, you’ll see Meh. there along with a lot of other great video.