Little Donkey

There’s a small food restaurant in Fort Langley that we enjoy eating at. So much so that our teens get excited about the prospect of having a meal there. Our kids ask quite often about going. Obviously this means the food is outstanding.

We go to a place called “Little Donkey” located just up the road from The Fort. The prices are reasonable and the burritos are huge. And tasty beyond description.

Feeding a family of five is expensive. Finding a place they can relax at and enjoy is challenging as it is. Finding delicious burritos is equally as tough. I’ve taken a few coworkers here as well now, and they’ve been impressed. So if you find yourself in Fort Langley looking for a delectable meal- check out their burritos.

You won’t be upset.

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Dinner: Disassembled

One of our favorite meals involves using wraps. It’s a fun and easy way to serve dinner. Plus it means the kids have to do some of the work.

Fresh vegetables this time of year are a must. Crisp green lettuce and firm juicy tomatoes add to the enjoyment. Sometimes we slice up an avocado or peppers as well.

Seasoned ground beer is our most commonly used main part of the dish. Using a Cast Iron pan keeps the meat warm and is great to go from stovetop to oven as well. (Sometimes we substitute grilled chicken with taco seasoning.)

Add a bit of sour cream and shredded cheese, wrap it up and enjoy. Wraps are very versatile. We also make a wicked garlicky grilled chicken caesar wrap. On quick meal making days, a can of refried beans, salsa and leftover rice makes a tasty burrito.

Since it’s dinner at home, a cold beer or some tequila is a great way to wash it all down. Lots of smiles and full bellies afterwards “wraps” up a family dinner.