How about a bowl of Cowboy Stew to warm things up from the cold? I don’t know about you but as the temperatures drop, we tend to crave more soups and stews to keep us warm and satisfy our hunger. This is when I find myself […]
It all started with my Mama's gumbo recipe!
Today we are plugging in the Instant Pot to transform a lean, round steak into a juicy, tender piece of meat. The stuffed rolled steak cooks for only 35 minutes with not a lot of prep time, but the meat and delicious gravy tastes like […]
Are Red Beans and Rice Cajun or Creole? It’s always surprising to people when I tell them I didn’t grow up eating the famous Louisiana dish of red beans and rice. I thought it was because Daddy didn’t like them, but Mama said she didn’t […]
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! We enjoyed celebrating it at home with our children and grandchildren. Somehow we end up spending a lot of time in the kitchen together during the holiday’s so quick and easy food preparation is what interests me […]
Jambalaya has been a popular Cajun dish for a long time. Its originated from France and Spain and is similar to the Spanish dish paella. Jambalaya made its way to New Orleans first before the Cajun’s embraced it as one of their beloved rice dishes.
The Search For A Rice Cooker Recently, I asked my Face Book friends if they could recommend a good rice cooker. My old (very old) and faithful Hitachi rice cooker was starting to leave it’s contents with an under-cooked bite after it’s chime. So I […]