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
originally from taste of home magazine, december january 2007 issue and adapted slightly, replacing the eggs with egg substitute, replacing some of the white flour with whole wheat and replacing the whole milk with 1% milk...now placed here for safekeepin
every time i hear the words "cinnamon chicken" i am reminded of the tv series little house on the prairie and the famous episode where nellie asks laura to help her cook almanzo's favorite meal. laura is jealous of nellie and replaces the cinnamon with to
these are a flourless cookie. lots of oatmeal, peanut butter and chocolate. 3 of my favorite ingredients! makes a lot. the dough freezes well. i usually pre-portion the dough and pull out just what i need.
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