Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Mellow Mushroom Restaurant Review - Winston Salem, NC


314 West Fourth Street
Winston Salem, NC  27101
(336) 245-2820


Interior Decor


Interior Decor (click on photos to enlarge)


Small Cheese Pizza with Portobello Mushrooms - $9.99


Small Cheese Pizza with Italian Sausage - $8.95


This is a review of a restaurant franchise called Mellow Mushroom and specifically for the location in downtown Winston Salem, North Carolina. They started in 1974 and now have many locations in the United States, the majority of them being located in the southeast. We have visited three locations in North Carolina so far: Raleigh, Cary and Winston Salem. Each time we have enjoyed our pizza and our dining experience. Our only complaint is that the Raleigh location isn't cool enough during the hottest summer months. Perhaps they have fixed their air conditioning since we were there.

We arrived at the downtown Winston Salem location around 2:30 pm last Sunday. Parking is mostly on the street which requires parallel parking and on weekdays you'll need quarters for the meter. Their sanitation rating is currently 94.5%. We were immediately seated in the requested booth. They have many booths, but mostly tables. On warm days they open the doors so that part of the indoor seating then becomes outdoor seating. Shortly after, our waitress arrived and took our drink orders which she immediately fulfilled and delivered to our table. She then took our lunch order. She was very attentive and friendly during our stay.

Our pizzas arrived thirteen minutes later and they were nice and hot. I ordered a small cheese pizza with Italian sausage and note that in the photo above the cheese is stringy on top because I almost forgot to take a picture prior to eating it. So I picked up the slice and quickly put it back when Hubby reminded me to take a photo. It had been so long since I had been to a Mellow Mushroom restaurant that I was rather anxious to taste my pizza. Long strings of cheese extend from the pizza when you pick up your slice. My mouth is watering just thinking about this pizza. It's so delicious! The cheese and sauce are the perfect amount and the crust is buttered and sprinkled with parmesan cheese. The crust isn't too thick nor too thin, it's perfect. The dough they use is unlike any other I have tried. It has the perfect crunch on the outside and it's chewy in the inside. It doesn't have any greasiness which is a must for me, otherwise my stomach would be in great distress. I remember the Italian sausage being more flavorful and larger pieces of it at the Cary location. It's probably been two years since I was there, so maybe my memory is failing me. Hubby ordered a small cheese pizza with portobello mushrooms on it. He enjoyed it, but he'd probably been better off with sausage instead. Even the small pizzas are large enough for leftovers. You'll be able to save about one quarter to half of your pizza for a snack or another meal unless you are really hungry. 

The prices are reasonable, a small pizza is $8.00 and toppings ranging from $.95-$1.90. Soda is $1.95. They also have many specialty pizzas to chose from. I had a email coupon for a free small pizza with the purchase of a pizza, so that's why we both ordered small pizzas. Sign up for their emails, so that you can get some occasional coupons. The receipt also has a coupon for $5 off if you complete the survey. I've heard that their salads, subs and appetizers are really good too. In addition, they serve a wide variety of beer. They also offer carry-out and if I lived nearby I'd be a regular customer for sure. I'd also frequent the Winston Salem location if there was more parking. Each location has lots of artwork on the walls and the decor at the Cary location is my favorite. I highly recommend you give this restaurant a try at your nearest location.

Well there you have it, my latest restaurant review for the Triad area. Be sure to check out the other reviews I have posted for the Triad area:

Atelier on Trade Bakery & Café - Winston Salem, NC
Chef Samir Shaltout - Greensboro, NC
Dairi-O - King, NC
Fourth Street Filling Station - Winston Salem, NC
Green Valley Grill - Greensboro, NC
Hakka Chow - Winston Salem, NC
Jolo Winery - Pilot Mountain, NC
Kimono Japanese Restaurant - Winston Salem, NC
Le Kebab - Charlotte, NC
Little Italy - King, NC
Mary's Gourmet Diner - Winston Salem, NC
Mooney's Mediterranean Cafe - Winston Salem, NC
Mizu Japanese Cuisine - Winston Salem, NC
Phoenix Asian Cuisine - Greensboro, NC
Thai Cafe - King, NC
The Marshall Free House - Greensboro, NC
The Tavern in Old Salem - Winston Salem, NC
Village Tavern - Winston Salem, NC

I need restaurant suggestions since we have only lived in Triad about a year. So please comment below! I have several more restaurant reviews in the works, so be sure to stop by again soon. Check out my Restaurant Reviews Pinterest Board which also has restaurants in the Raleigh, Triangle area and Charlotte.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Home Chef - 33rd Delivery & $30 Off


Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie with Mint & Yogurt


Ingredients (click on photos to enlarge)


Chicken Pesto Skewers with Chicken Thighs, Kale Mozzarella Salad & Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette


Ingredients


Thai Pork Lettuce Wraps with Water Chestnuts & Sesame Dipping Sauce


Ingredients


Shrimp Jambalaya with Okra, Peas & Roasted Red Peppers


Ingredients


This is a review of the 33rd delivery we have received from Home Chef. This week we gave one recipe five out of five stars, two four stars and one three stars. Two of the recipes were low in calories, two low carb, three gluten free, two dairy free, three nut free and two soy free. All of them were easy recipes and the preparation time ranged from 10-40 minutes. It was an enjoyable week of recipes, one of which was a repeat. They occasionally repeat the highest customer rated recipes. We have made 139 Home Chef recipes so far. Check them all out on my Pinterest Home Chef Board.

Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie with Mint & Yogurt

I gave this recipe four out of five stars and Hubby gave it three. I really enjoyed the kiwi, orange juice, strawberries, yogurt and mint mixed together. It was delicious and worth repeating. The mint arrived in a bit of rough shape, but they are always generous with credits for ingredients that aren't superior. A quick email is all it takes. It landed up not needing any more mint anyway. This recipe had 160 calories and it took 10 minutes to prepare. It was gluten, nut and soy free.

Chicken Pesto Skewers with Chicken Thighs, Kale Mozzarella Salad & Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

I was really looking forward to this recipe because I love pesto sauce, but I was a little bit disappointed that after it was boiled it dried out a bit. I think I would have preferred half of it added after cooking. It did flavor the chicken really well though during cooking. I gave this recipe four out of five stars and Hubby gave it two. He was annoyed by the cooking process, he felt it was too fussy for the results. I really enjoyed the flavor and it tasted and smelled a bit like it was cooked on the barbecue when in fact it was cooked in the oven. The dressing was good, but it was on the tart side. I'm a bit confused about the calorie count being 969 because it doesn't look like it has that many calories. I was thinking it was a low calorie recipe instead it's low carb and gluten free. This recipe took about thirty-five minutes to prepare.

Thai Pork Lettuce Wraps with Water Chestnuts & Sesame Dipping Sauce

This is the third time we have ordered this recipe because we always give it five out of five stars. Check out our 1st time recipe results and our second. Everyone I've heard from that has tried this recipe loves it. It's a scrumptious, low calorie, low carb, dairy and nut free recipe that took about thirty minutes to prepare. It has 625 calories if you use all the dipping sauce. I find I need very little of it, so that saves on calories. It certainly doesn't taste nor look like a low calorie meal. It has authentic Thai flavor too. It's really easy to prepare yet it looks like it's not. The hoisin sauce they send is so yummy. If you have the opportunity to order this recipe, don't hesitate!

Shrimp Jambalaya with Okra, Peas & Roasted Red Peppers

I'm not really familiar with jambalaya, but since Hubby loves it, I ordered it. We both gave it three out of five stars. The rice needed more cooking time, because it came out a bit gritty and not as soft as we prefer. This dish wasn't spicy enough for us. I think it was a mistake to use Old Bay Seasoning instead of cajun. Also, this dish would have been better with some sausage. In addition, we would have liked more mushrooms. This recipe came in at 530 calories and it was dairy, gluten, nut and soy free. It took about forty minutes to prepare and it was an easy recipe.

While this wasn't our favorite week of recipes, we enjoyed it. So why haven't you given Home Chef a try yet? Grab my $30 discount and try it today! I wouldn't have purchased 139 of their recipes in only nine months, if they weren't fabulous! Prior to Home Chef we'd only prepare about six to twelve recipes in an entire year! It's so wonderful to have all the ingredients at your fingertips and not have to hunt down ingredients at grocery stores. I'm also happy there is no waste and I'm not throwing away food at the end of the week. If you have tried Home Chef, I'd love to hear about your favorite recipes. So comment below, please. Friday we are expecting the following recipes:
  1. Umami Burger with Miso Marinated Beef
  2. Chicken with Tiger Sauce
  3. Pork Chop & Cranberry Mostarda
  4. Turkey Tetrazzini with Squash Fiedos
Check out my Pinterest Home Chef Board to see all the recipes we have made so far! Also check out my Healthy Dog Cookie RecipesI recently did a comparison of Home Chef, Plated, Blue Apron & Hello Fresh, so be sure to check out that post before you leave too. It also makes a good reference for current customers.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Phoenix Asian Cuisine - Greensboro, NC


1641 New Garden Road
Greensboro, NC  27410
(336) 855-5158


Exterior View


Interior View


Oolong Hot Tea - $2.50


Hot & Sour Soup (free with special)


Lunch Special Beef Pad Thai with Spring Roll -  $9.50


Monsoon Sushi - $15


This is a review of a restaurant called Phoenix Asian Cuisine located in Greensboro, North Carolina. We were planning to go to a different Asian restaurant, but they were closed even though their website said they were open. So I looked up the closest restaurants on the Yelp app and decided on Phoenix Asian Cuisine. We arrived at 1:15 pm last Sunday and we were seated immediately. Their sanitation grade was 96%, which seemed like a good sign. The restaurant was full of large groups and it was very noisy with no music playing. As I looked at the menu it appeared to be Americanized Asian food, so I asked Hubby to go to a different restaurant. I knew it wasn't going to be our cup of tea. Which it literary became when I tried their Oolong tea, more about that later. Hubby said he was too hungry to go somewhere else. In the end it would have been a good idea because it took so long for our food to arrive! We arrived at the table to find rice on the seat. I asked the hostess if she could have it cleaned. I was ignored. I don't appreciate being ignored and this made me upset. Hubby moved out of the way so I could sit on the same side since I didn't want to ruin my dress by sitting on rice on the other side of the booth! About ten minutes later the hostess returned asking if she could clean the seat. Why she didn't say I'll be back to clean the seat instead of ignoring me and why it took her so long to return is a mystery to me. The dining area is in the shape of a rectangle which made it feel very narrow. The raised booths are in the middle instead of being along the wall which is not the ideal setup for private dining. The table was very worn, other than that the decor was attractive.

We asked the waiter about a couple of the items on the menu and he didn't know any of the answers. He said he would ask his manager and later returned. He said his manager gave him brief answers that would be of no help to us. Huh? Yeah, you heard it correctly. I know it's shocking, but that gives you a hint of what to expect for the rest of this review. Maybe he just forgot the answers or didn't bother to ask his manager or maybe the manger really did give him undescriptive answers. Either way, it's very disturbing to say the least. So Hubby decided on one of the lunch specials, Beef Pad Thai, since he loves Pad Thai. I ordered sushi because that's what I was craving and the entrees all looked like they had heavy sugared sauces which my stomach can't handle. I gasped at the sushi prices, but Hubby said to go ahead even though I would normally not pay $15 for one sushi roll. Up to $13 for one sushi roll is usually my limit. 

My iron tea pot arrived and it had water dripping all down the sides, on to it's stand and on to the table. The waiter didn't bother to wipe it up. He did not bring me boiling water, it was cool enough to drink right away, which isn't hot enough to make a decent cup of tea. Normally an iron tea pot can keep the water hot a long time, so I know he didn't start with boiling water, not to mention it was dripping on his hands. The tea was extremely cheap, I've seen those tea bags in Asian markets and you can buy 100's for only a couple of dollars. It was extremely bland and horrible especially due to the lack of boiling water. Meanwhile, we waited what seemed like eternity for the food to come out. I knew when the table next to us looked like they were on their way out were actually just being served their food that it wasn't a good sign and that we were in for an especially long wait. Hubby's Hot & Sour soup came out seventeen minutes later. That's a long wait for soup that they should have on hand and ready to go. Hubby said his soup tasted more like Sweet & Sour Soup than Hot & Sour soup and it lacked spice. 

After Hubby's soup arrived, it took another eighteen minutes for our entrees to arrive. So after ordering, it took a total of thirty-five minutes for our entrees to arrive! That's way too long of a wait for a lunch order. Thankfully, Hubby's food was hot and so it wasn't waiting around. It wasn't the fault of the waiter, but that of the kitchen staff. Hubby's Pad Thai had too much egg in it, tofu, little beef and very sugary, sweet sauce instead of the traditional spicy Thai version. He didn't even finish it all, he disliked it that much. It was clearly a Chinese version. It tasted like sugary, bland, cheap carry out Chinese food. Which is fine if you live nearby and you are ordering carry. That it to be expected for carry out, but this was a sit down restaurant that appeared to be trying to imitate P.F. Chang's. The only Asian staff I saw was the one sushi chef. They also do carry out and there is even a separate door and cash register for those orders. 

My sushi was like nothing I've seen before. Anyone seen a sushi roll cut lengthwise before? Well I have not and it certainly makes it difficult to eat with chopsticks! It was very bland. It was suppose to have jalapeño in it, but I couldn't taste any. I tasted like he substituted cucumber for the jalpeño. The Monsoon roll is suppose to have salmon, crab salad, jalapeño, cream cheese, avocado deep fried and drizzled with spicy aioli sauce. It had way too much cream cheese and avocado and barely any panko crumbs on the outside. It was made even more disappointing due to it's high price tag. While we were eating our entrees there was a terrible smell. Hubby said it smelled like they overcooked some broccoli. To me it's smelled like smells that come out of a restroom, but we weren't near it. It was so horrible, we rushed to finish our meals and pay so we could leave.

Since the majority of the customers were large groups ordering the $9.50 lunch special, I get the impression that the main reason they eat there is due to the low lunch price. I wouldn't recommend going to this restaurant unless you are ordering the special, ok with extremely slow service and ok with low quality, sugary Chinese food. Asian food doesn't have to be high in calories, full of sugar and lacking spices, so it really disappoints me to see restaurants that resort to this practice of americanizing Asian food. You wont see Asians eating this version! What a shame. Needless to say we will not be returning and after posting this blog post I plan to forget this horrible experience.

Well there you have it, my latest restaurant review for the Triad area. Be sure to check out the other reviews I have posted for the Triad area:

Atelier on Trade Bakery & Café - Winston Salem, NC
Chef Samir Shaltout - Greensboro, NC
Dairi-O - King, NC
Fourth Street Filling Station - Winston Salem, NC
Green Valley Grill - Greensboro, NC
Hakka Chow - Winston Salem, NC
Jolo Winery - Pilot Mountain, NC
Kimono Japanese Restaurant - Winston Salem, NC
Le Kebab - Charlotte, NC
Little Italy - King, NC
Mary's Gourmet Diner - Winston Salem, NC
Mooney's Mediterranean Cafe - Winston Salem, NC
Mizu Japanese Cuisine - Winston Salem, NC
Thai Cafe - King, NC
The Marshall Free House - Greensboro, NC
The Tavern in Old Salem - Winston Salem, NC
Village Tavern - Winston Salem, NC

I need restaurant suggestions since we have only lived in Triad about a year. So please comment below! I have several more restaurant reviews in the works, so be sure to stop by again soon. Check out my Restaurant Reviews Pinterest Board which also has restaurants in the Raleigh, Triangle area and Charlotte.

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Downton Abbey - World Market Haul


Downton Abbey Tea Bag Rest, Mrs. Patmore's Blueberry Scone Tea and Set of Four Teaspoons


This is a mini haul of Downton Abbey products I ordered from World Market online. Sadly, our local store didn't have any of the Downton Abbey items in stock, so I decided to order online instead. A couple years prior I ordered the lovely matching tea pot online which arrived broken and since the online store didn't have any left I had to call the local store and have them hold one to replace it. That was a major pain in the neck since I'm not a fan of shopping in holiday crowds. It wasn't packaged properly so it was doomed to break. So imagine how nervous I was to order fragile ceramics from them online a second time. Luckily, this time everything arrived unbroken. These are all exclusively available at World Market. I had a coupon for 10% off plus Mr. Rebates 7% cash back.

The Tea Bag Rest was $6.29 prior to discounts. I like it because once you place the tea bag on the rest, the liquid safely drains from the tea bag into the bottom. This way it will not stain your countertop, coffee table or whatever else you may have placed it on. It gives you ample time to dispose of the liquid and it matches the other ceramic items in their Downton Abbey line. It comes in a lovely gift box as shown above and it's dishwasher safe.

The Mrs. Patmore's Blueberry Scone Downton Abbey Tea is made by The Republic of Tea and it's one of thirteen Downton Abbey Teas that the manufacturer offers. This one is only available at World Market and I highly recommend purchasing it if you get the chance to since it's a limited edition and it's so yummy. I have collected all thirteen of the Downton Abbey teas and I have reviewed them on a previous blog post, so click here to check it out. This tea includes red rooibos tea, licorice, natural blueberry flavor, natural vanilla flavor and natural caramel flavor. It's so sweet and delicious! It smells & tastes mostly like vanilla and blueberries and it's caffeine free. It's in a reusable tin and includes thirty-six tea bags. It was on sale for $5.99 minus my discounts as stated above, but it retails for $11.99.

The set of four teaspoons match the rest of the collection and I really enjoy them because they don't get stained by tea like stainless teaspoons do. They are also elegant and prettier than stainless spoons. They come in a lovely decorated box as shown above. They cost $12.99 prior to my discounts.  

Check out my other Downton Abbey blog posts:
  1. The Republic of Tea Downton Abbey Collection
  2. Shop PBS Downton Abbey Haul
  3. World Market's Downton Abbey Mugs for Black Friday
Don't forget to tune in tonight, Sunday at 9 pm ET for the latest episode of Downton Abbey. I'm so sad this is the last season, so I'm treasuring each of the last episodes. Are you a Downton Abbey fan? How are you coping with this being the last season? Please comment below, I'd love to hear from fellow fans. Here's a fun video to watch about their costumes and makeup:



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Friday, January 29, 2016

Home Chef - 32nd Delivery & $30 Off



Blueberry Honey Smoothie with Rolled Oats & Lemon Greek Yogurt


Ingredients (click on photos to enlarge)


Salmon Crusted with Everything Bagel Seasoning with Chive Sour Cream, Arugula Salad & Lemon Caper Vinaigrette


Ingredients


Chicken Breast with Saffron Beurre Blanc with Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Red Pepper


Ingredients


Herbes de Provence Pork Tenderloin with Zucchini & Yellow Squash


Ingredients


This is a review of our 32nd shipment from Home Chef. This week we gave two recipes five out of five stars and two four out of five stars. All of the recipes are low in calories and gluten free. Three of them were low carb, nut free and soy free. All of them were easy recipes and took 5-35 minutes preparation time. It was a very enjoyable week of recipes, one of which was a repeat. They occasionally repeat recipes that are highly rated by customers. We have made 135 Home Chef recipes in the last nine months! Each dinner entree is $9.95, smoothies are $4.95 and the fruit is $4.95. 

Blueberry Honey Smoothie with Rolled Oats & Lemon Greek Yogurt

We gave this recipe four out of four stars, but it could have easily been five stars if they had added more lemon. This is the first time I've had oats in my smoothie and it was really good. It thickened the smoothie just a bit. Oats can lower your cholesterol and this is an easy way to incorporate it into your meals. I really like the Wallaby brand of yogurt, so I was happy to see they sent it. It was a really delicious smoothie! It had 270 calories and it took about five minutes to prepare. It was gluten free.

Salmon Crusted with Everything Bagel Seasoning with Chive Sour Cream, Arugula Salad & Lemon Caper Vinaigrette

This is a repeat recipe since customers rated it as one of the best. We had it before back in September. Click here to see our previous recipe results. As soon as I saw it on the menu I immediately ordered it. It's five out of five stars for sure. It's so delicious that just looking at the picture makes me hungry and crave it. The seasoning on top of the salmon is so fabulous. It's made of three parts sesame seeds, three parts poppy seeds, two parts dehydrated minced garlic, one part dehydrated minced onion and one half part coarse sea salt. The dijon mustard is what is used to make it stick and stay in place. Also, the sauce is incredible and it's a simple creation made with sour cream, chives and salt. The salad was a nice compliment to the fish. This recipe took about thirty minutes to prepare and it had only 426 calories. This is the perfect example that low calorie doesn't mean it has to lack flavor. It was low calories, low carb, gluten free, nut free and soy free.

Chicken Breast with Saffron Beurre Blanc with Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Red Pepper

They don't have a lot of French recipes, so when I saw this I immediately ordered it and it was scrumptious. Hubby gave it five out of five stars and I gave it four. I would have given it five if the side dish of vegetables had some spices or something extra other than olive oil, salt, pepper and shallot. We both loved the sauce and it was wonderful with the chicken, but I think it would taste even more delicious on white fish. The chicken was tender and low in fat. We thought just a bit more saffron would have made it perfect. This recipe had only 550 calories and it took about thirty-five minutes to prepare. It was low calories, low carb, gluten free, nut free and soy free.

Herbes de Provence Pork Tenderloin with Zucchini & Yellow Squash

Hubby gave this recipe four out of five stars and I gave it three. It was very flavorful for a low calorie recipe with only 483 calories! Hubby added some additional herbes de Provence to the pork since we felt it need much more to fully cover the pork. We luckily already had some on hand. If you have never tried the herbes de Provence spice mixture, you owe it to yourself to buy some and try it on meat or chicken. It really livens up boring meat. As you may be able to tell in the photo the zucchini and squash were damaged during shipping due to extreme cold temperatures. They have already responded by changing their packaging and they are always generous with refunding us for any inferior ingredients. Hubby just cut around the bad parts since we were having a snowstorm at the time. I always love squash and zucchini together. The olives were a nice addition to the side vegetables, but I would have liked less of them. This recipe was only 483 calories and it took about thirty-five minutes to prepare. It was low calories, low carb, gluten free, nut free and soy free. This was a generous portion and I could have easily saved half of the vegetables for a snack.

What an enjoyable week of recipes! We love how dependable and trustworthy Home Chef's recipes are. While they sometimes come up with some ideas that sound crazy and make me skeptical, I just trust in them and they turn out so tasty. So why haven't you given Home Chef a try yet? Grab my $30 discount and try it today! I wouldn't have purchased 135 of their recipes in only nine months, if they weren't fabulous! Prior to Home Chef we'd only prepare about six to twelve recipes in an entire year! It's so wonderful to have all the ingredients at your fingertips and not have to hunt down ingredients at grocery stores. I'm also happy there is no waste and I'm not throwing away food at the end of the week. If you have tried Home Chef, I'd love to hear about your favorite recipes. So comment below, please. Today we received the following recipes:
  1. Thai Pork Lettuce Wraps
  2. Chicken Pesto Skewers
  3. Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie
  4. Shrimp Jambalaya 
Check out my Pinterest Home Chef Board to see all the recipes we have made so far! Also check out my Healthy Dog Cookie RecipesI recently did a comparison of Home Chef, Plated, Blue Apron & Hello Fresh, so be sure to check out that post before you leave too. It also makes a good reference for current customers.

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Home Chef - $30 off your 1st box, click here.
Hello Fresh - $40 off your first box, use coupon code "YVWF79". 

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