Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya with Pork and Alligator Sausage

Jambalaya

I’d better be straight with you, right off the bat. I have no idea if this recipe qualifies as “authentic” jambalaya. Heck, I’m not even sure if I know what authentic jambalaya is. I’ve never wrestled an alligator while an old man in hip waders and a white handlebar mustache looks on in knowing silence…. 

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8 Alcohol-Absorbing Recipes to Help You Survive St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick's Day

A little bit of planning (and some carefully planned cooking projects), and you might even survive until Wednesday. Don’t worry; you can thank me later. 1. Corned Beef Hash “Have a great corned beef hash just once in your life, and you’ll find yourself forever chasing the experience, a journey that ultimately ends when you… 

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America! Presents: Sandwich Bros. of Wisconsin Chicken Melt

Sandwich Bros. of Wisconsin Chicken Melt

There aren’t a ton of ways to use “lunchtime” as a way to express your feelings of postmodern malaise and nagging ennui. You could eat a mayonnaise sandwich alone, under the fluorescent lights of the employee break room, while mentally reciting Sylvia Plath poetry. You could microwave some leftover Bengali fish curry, which has the added benefit… 

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Tomatillo Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole PLUS GIVEAWAY!

Roasted Tomatillo Chicken Enchilada Casserole

As anyone who follows along with our exploits on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram knows, I recently made the long, lonely cross-country drive from sunny, smoggy Burbank, California to the seemingly eternal permafrost of Rockland, Maine. It’s about  3,200 miles, and I made the trip by myself in about five days. Unlike our family trip west… 

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