Pastalaya is like jambalaya—Andouille sausage, chicken, the kick of Cajun seasoning—with a hearty pasta twist. Pastalaya is made with pasta instead of rice! This dish is easy to make and easy on a budget. It's a filling dish to serve for large gatherings and celebrations. Pastalaya is a super easy crowd pleaser that is good
Jambalaya is a dish from Lousiana, which has its origins in the Spanish and French cuisines. The most common meat used for jambalaya is smoked sausage (usually andouille), chicken, pork, beef, turkey, shrimp, or red beans. In this recipe, Chef Eliana used Tofurky andouille sausage and chicken seitan, which makes for a tasty Vegan Jambalaya.
Now, I'm excited to introduce my very first guest, Lori Gremillion of Magic Mike Spices. Lori is a mom, juggler of three tiny humans. She’s the Magic Mike’s sales rep, delivery person, shelf stocker, food prepper, demonstration expert, social media princess, and brand keeper. She is a problem solver, advice giver, a friend of many
Hey Young Chefs! Day 2 of the Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit 2013 was amazing. As I told you before, the exhibit hall was HUGE! On my second day, I cooked my "Party Gras Peppers and Sausage." It is a recipe I created to look like Mardi Gras on a plate. It has red onions,
Hey Young Chefs! This past weekend, I had cooking demos at the IFCO booth for the Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit 2013. Fresh Summit is a HUGE conference and exhibit hall where produce and fresh flower growers from 60 countries come to market their products. I did three cooking demos, demonstrating my andouille jambalaya. Everyone