Since it's Fat Tuesday, I thought it'd be fitting to post a chicken and andouille sausage gumbo recipe with a slight variation to convert it to shrimp and crab gumbo if seafood is more your thing. It's fairly simple to make, but does require knowledge of making and incorporating roux - something that just won't turn out well if not done right. Let's get started!
Yogurt was one of my favorite snacks as a kid. I remember my parents buying "fruit on the bottom" yogurt and I loved stirring it until it was a creamy blend of fruit and yogurt, though sometimes I'd push the yogurt out of the way just to get a spoonful of strawberry mush. The other day, I learned how to make yogurt from almonds, so now I'm sharing that with you!
As New Year's Resolutions go, here's one of mine: eat healthier. My half marathon time suffered significantly over the course of 2015 compared to 2014, due partially to not training as much as I should have been for the distances I was running, but also due to a lot of pizza, hi-chew candy, and sugary soda. This year, I'm out to beat my 2014 times. To accomplish this, I'm changing up my diet to include many paleo recipes. Click read more to find out how to make paleo friendly rice. :)
It's only been about 6 months since the last (and only, thus far) recipe post, so I figured it's time to add another. This one is an Indian dish and is sure to have your neighbors snooping around, looking for your personal chef!
If you love Indian food, then THIS is for you!
Okay, so our first recipe has nothing to do with rice (unless you feel like adding it), but a recent trip to San Francisco brought a new dish to our attention - cioppino (pronounced chi-peeno). Born in San Francisco, cioppino is the perfect dish for anyone who loves seafood (and isn't allergic to onion, tomato, or shellfish) ;)
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