Summer: roll out the ice box, set up the grill, kick back and let the fire do the cookin'. Fall: visit the local apple orchard and pick your favorite variety of apples for apple pie. Winter: ham, duh! Spring: juice oranges and strawberries are coming back into season!! Next summer: roll out the ice box and start it all over again!What is Jambalaya?
1. What is Jambalaya?
One of my favorite dishes from Southern Louisiana is the 2nd Line classic: Jambalaya. Not only do I love all the spice that the dish packs, but I love how easy it is to make. Once you've got the ingredients, you can produce the dish in under two hours time, which isn't bad considering it can be made in huge batches to feed a crowd. The most unusual ingredient in the dish is a type of ham widely found in the bayou, known as Tasso. While it's hard to find locally, it's easy to order online, and adds a huge amount to the dish.
2. Black Pearl Medley Jambalya
This Jambalaya has all the key elements of the traditional recipe -- chicken, andouille, and heat -- but cooks up in one pot, for easy prep. Black Pearl Medley adds depth-of-flavor and texture with whole grain brown rice, black barley and Daikon radish seeds.
3. Shrimp Jambalaya
Paella. Jambalaya. Arroz con Pollo. what do these dishes have in common? A lot, actually. All are made by sauteing some aromatics like onions and garlic. Adding some sausage or other flavoring (like saffron), rice, and stock, and simmering with a protein (seafood or chicken or a combination). About 20 minutes later dinner is served!
4. Venison Chili
Nothing warms the soul like a bowl of hot chili. Check out how the BBQ Pit Boys prepare a classic Venison Chili, slow cooked and smoked on a barbecue grill.
5. Chicken Lasagne
Turn leftover roast chicken into Stacie Stewart family favorite lasagne dish.
6. Easy Sloppy Joes
Sloppy Joes are often the target of sandwich snobberypeople just don't believe they're in the same class as clubs, Reubens, or even hamburgers. Which is a shame, because these hot, messy sandwiches are delicious. Sloppy Joes may be known as lowbrow cafeteria food, but they’re still delicious. To make these satisfying hot sandwiches, cook bell peppers, onions, and garlic until softened; add tomato paste; and then brown ground beef or turkey in the same pot. Add a few seasonings along with Worcestershire and tomato sauce, and simmer until the flavors concentrate into a sweet, tangy mixture. Pile a generous helping on a toasted bun, top with our Cabbage and Carrot Herbed Slaw, and don’t forget to tuck a napkin under your chin.
7. Spicy Sloppy Joe's
Quick and easy American favorite. Try this simple and fun recipe for your next lunch or dinner.
8. Easy Five-Cheese Macaroni
Blue Cheese, Parmigiano-reggiano, white cheddar, smoked mozzarella, and smoked gouda dish it out in Executive Chef David Lawrence's cheese-lover mac and cheese. The real kickers, however, are the red bell peppers, onions, and tarragon, which add a mouth-watering sweetness and refinement to the dish. Treat your family to another classic from 1300 on Fillmore, serve it piping hot, and let everyone else do the dishes.
9. Spanish Style Hamburger
Looking for a tasty new burger recipe for the grill? All you need is fresh ground beef chuck, chopped onion, bell pepper, minced garlic and some sazon.