this dish is a new orleans creole-style "red" jambalaya. creole cuisine evolved in the homes of well-to-do aristocrats, or those who imitated their lifestyle, and who mainly lived on country plantation estates. a lot of people believe creole cuisine is ne
this is an adaptation of the soup that the restaurant in my building makes...and the sa's have been wanting me to post it, so here we go..i must warn though -- this is not a measured thing when i make it, so adjust amounts to your taste and have fun!
this looked so fab on his christmas tv special. i am making it for christmas lunch this year, and a few other of the recipes provided. cannot give a guarantee that it will be as brilliant as it seems, but fingers crossed it is. i'll post the recipe for
call it a relish....call it a dip....call it a salsa...or call it a side dish...i call it delicious! a friend of mine got this recipe from "the pioneer woman cooks" website, but i've changed a few things and added some of my own stuff. even if you don't
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