I hear that some people across the country are actually experiencing summer like weather here at the end of May. However, here in good ol’ Seattle we are not so fortunate. No not at all. Actually it feels quite like March outside despite the fact that I signed a document with the date 5/27 on it yesterday. Because of this lovely weather we’re experiencing warm one pot dishes like this are still part of my meal planning. And heck, you’ll probably have a rainy summer day at least once this year where this dish with spicy andouille sausage, succulent shrimp, rice, bell peppers and Creole seasoning will be sure to warm you up.
Jambalaya can be tricky to share a recipe for. After all, I’m sure everyone and their cousin Bob has a recipe for jambalaya and imagines that dish whenever they hear the name. So I’m offering you my version today. Unlike most jambalaya recipes, this one does not have chicken. I didn’t have any. I did however have shrimp and andouille sausage which make a wonderful combination. I also added some bell peppers, onions and garlic. Really what’s not to love?
Crispy, baked, chicken taquitos with a cream green chile sauce.
A silky smooth vanilla bean cheesecake topped with a sweet blueberry sauce with just a hint of lemon.
My favorite way to enjoy an artichoke, simply roasted with a creamy roasted garlic dip.
Chicken wings marinated in creamy greek yogurt dill sauce and baked until golden brown and crispy.
A salty, sweet snack with popcorn, M&M’s, pretzels, white chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Have you ever been to the Pacific Northwest? If you have, or if you live there like me then you are familiar with Burgerville. If you are not familiar with Burgerville and live in the Pacific Northwest, or plan to visit, do yourself a favor: GO. I guess I shouldn’t say Pacific Northwest because Burgerville [...]
My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
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