The RV Chronicles — Back and forth at the ‘Jimmy Rockford’ (Recipe: Asian Sticky Honey Shrimp)

While many friends, over this 2017 Spring Break, are hanging out with Mickey and Minnie or digging their toes into the sands of some far away beach, we’ve become intimately familiar with the potholes of U.S. 59 in east Texas.

Happy 21st, Christopher Wesley Holland.

Happy 21st, Christopher Wesley Holland.

Fortunately, the good — eating convenience store chicharrones and listening to three straight hours of the Neil Diamond Channel on Sirius/XM — outweighed the bad, which included a traffic jam in Nacogdoches (of all places) and a malfunctioning gas pump in Mount Enterprise.

Between all of those exits, mergers and speed traps, our main mission was to pack more boxes at the Chestnut Lane house and prepare to get it listed (again) for sale. There was also the bittersweet occasion of our oldest son’s 21st birthday.

Most parents have experienced it. On one hand, I’m elated to watch him fly. On the other, the time has flown way too quickly.


I think I speak for the majority when I say that the influx of recipe how-to videos these days is fascinating. While most look perfect, I believe there is often room for improvement.

The Recipe Critic’s Sticky Honey Garlic Butter Shrimp, for example, is pretty good on its own. But I’ve adjusted the ingredients and sped up preparation to bring perfectly plump shrimp in a (simpler) sticky sauce.

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Asian Sticky Honey Shrimp

Asian Sticky Honey Shrimp — Perfectly plump. Tangy sticky sweet.

Asian Sticky Honey Shrimp — Perfectly plump. Tangy sticky sweet.

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Asian Sticky Honey Shrimp
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Sticky Honey Shrimp — Perfectly plump. Tangy sticky sweet.
Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Asian
Serves: 4
  • 1 lb – Jumbo shrimp (16-20 count), peeled and deveined
  • ½ cup – Honey
  • ¼ cup – Soy sauce
  • 3 – Garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 TB – Butter
  • 1 TB – Chopped green onions
  • 1 tsp – Toasted sesame seeds (optional)
  1. Place butter and garlic in a large skillet, set heat to medium-high.
  2. While butter is melting, combine honey and soy sauce; set aside.
  3. Once butter has melted and garlic begins to sizzle, add shrimp and honey/soy sauce mixture to pan.
  4. Turn heat to high.
  5. Cook until liquid is reduced and slightly thickened, about 3 minutes.
  6. Remove from heat; toss with sesame seeds (if using).
  7. Garnish with green onions.





  1. Kathryn @ anotherfoodieblogger says:

    Simple and full of flavor! You need to pack some of those on ice for your road trips!

  2. Very simple and yet sofisticated – they sound delicious!

  3. I agree with both posts. The shrimp looks so very good and the recipe is quick and easy. Win.


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