Rich, super-flavorful, and oh sooo easy, my gluten free Cajun French onion chicken soup is a south Louisiana twist on two familiar dishes. Seasoned, browned chicken, caramelized onions, and a spice mixture featuring the other two members of the Cajun trinity transform this soup into one big bowl of yum-deliciousness. Paired with cheesy gluten free bread, this substantial dish satisfies as it is satiates. Yep and double yay…
Spicy, tangy, and oh soooo full of yum-delicious flavor, my gluten free Creole mustard chicken wings and tenders let you prep, cook, and serve two delectable party faves with one south Louisiana sassified recipe. Easy to double – or even triple – for a big event, these oh soooo grown up gluten free chicken wingsRead more
When the twice-weekly ‘What in the world am I going to make with this chicken?’ thought crossed my mind the other day, I had a vision of black olives and artichokes with rice. Yes, rice. If you read my blog regularly, you know that I am not a big rice eater. But, Mark loves rice,Read more
I’m not one for an early-morning breakfast. Nope. In all honesty, I’m just not hungry at my usual stupid-o’clock-in-the-morning wake up time. When I arise, I want coffee, and lots of it, and food is almost always the last thing on my mind. Until about 10 a.m., when the ravishing hunger pangs hit me likeRead more
When you are invited to a south Louisianian home for Sunday dinner, chances are great that your hosts are serving garlic stuffed beef roast. Spring, summer, fall, and winter, it just doesn’t matter to us. Beef roast is our customary go-to dish for comfort and company, and you’re really special to someone in the house if you get a Sunday pot roast invite down here. Yep.
They might come and take my south Louisiana citizen card back for saying this, but I can’t eat rice too often. It upsets my stomach. Wish it didn’t, but it does, and so I can only eat it on very special occasions. Then, I have to live through the repercussions of eating it throughout theRead more