I am thankful for all the support of family and friends. Also, all the stores that have decided to carry our products, their wonderful staff, and their customers who gave us a try. I am especially thankful to live in a country that allows us the freedom to pursue our dreams, the people who defend those rights, and the diversity of cultures that make America so special. If you are willing to work hard, and persevere, you have opportunity to grow your dreams into reality. I have been richly rewarded with all the positive feedback and encouragement from everyone I have met since starting this venture and when I am out demoing our products. I am very thankful for each and every one of you I have met along the way! Happy Thanksgiving.
Here’s one you can put in the crock pot and check on in 8-10 hours. All you need is two pounds of beef stew meat (or chuck roast, if you prefer it a little moister). Place the cubed stew meat into the crock pot, add a half cup original yakitori sauce, and one quarter cup white cooking wine, turn crock pot on at low setting, that’s it!
We served it with brown rice and sautéd vegetables. We used two bunches of broccolini; one bunch of green onions, cut into 3 inch slices; two carrots, sliced diagonally; one red bell pepper, sliced. In a large skillet, over medium-high heat, add one tablespoon of olive oil, all the vegetables, and stir occasionally for 5 minutes, then add one quarter cup of spicy yakitori sauce and stir for two to three minutes to caramelize.