Those three recipes were my dinner menu for tonight. Here are more detailed reviews:
Asian Barbecue Chicken - The marinade for this recipe is outstanding! Very flavorful with a bit of spicy heat from the crushed red pepper. Presentation-wise, it looked just like the picture. I will be making this great BBQ recipe throughout the summer. I used chicken thighs, even though I usually use chicken breasts almost exclusively. The thighs had a lot of flavor though I think chicken breasts would work well also.
Cabbage Remoulade - This didn't exactly follow the asian theme, but I was thinking "BBQ and coleslaw" so I placed them on the same menu. I was quite happy with this recipe also. The dressing was very creamy and the capers gave it a distinctive flavor. Though I have several good cole slaw-like recipes, I will keep this one in mind too. Plus, my DD actually liked it and I normally can't get any kind of cabbage down her!
Fried Rice with Broccoli and Eggs - For some reason, the name of this recipe put me off at first, but I decided it might be good with the chicken, so I gave it a try. It is much better than the CL fried rice recipe from last year. The flavors are bolder (ginger, garlic and sesame oil), while the other one was bland IMHO. I didn't follow the instructions as written. When I make fried rice I always clear a spot in the center of the pan and add the eggs at the end. I never cook them ahead of time and re-add them at the last minute. The flavors were good, but I would probably not repeat this recipe again. I prefer my "adlib" fried rice to this one, though I may steal the sesame oil idea. It was an interesting touch...