|Chicken, Sausage & Shrimp Jambalaya|
Two reason's why Jambalaya is so versatile: the entire meal is cooked in one dish and in my case it's a Cast Iron pan ~ my hand's down favorite pan/pot in my kitchen. If I were banished to a deserted island, my Cast Iron pan would come with me. The other reason why Jambalaya is so versatile is although everything cooks together (some parts separately at first), if someone doesn't like any one of the proteins, let's say the shrimp, that portion is left out of their bowl. Makes it easy to serve picky eaters...like my 13 year old.
There are numerous iterations of Jambalaya all over the internet, mine being from American's Test Kitchen. If you've never tried Jambalaya, go ahead and type it into your favorite search engine and start looking around.
I've been sewing a lot the last week or so which has been wonderful - yesterday morning I made the 241 Tote by Anna Graham of Noodlehead that Toni had inspired me with back in early December. It is a wonderful pattern and I am thrilled at how it turned out. One bonus - it fits my iPad perfectly without lugging around a huge bag.
I'm linking up with Debbie from A Quilter's Table for her Tuesday at the Table feature and
Fabric Tuesday at Quilt Story.
Spring semester begins today so I'll be filling up my backpack, queing up my iPod and walking to campus in a few hours to attend my first class. I've got two methods class this semester - a lot to sink my teeth into but I'm more than ready for the challenge.
Happy Tuesday to you all~