J to Jambalaya

Jumbalaya The Louisiana Creole dish is of Spanish and French influence. It's not just a fun word to say but it's also delicious. Most jambalaya recipes call either a fish and a protein or two proteins such as sausage and chicken. However you can do it, it is a real comfort food.

Most jambalaya recipes I reviewed not only have a variety of spices but also have regular ingredients like pepper, rice, onions, celery and tomatoes. Look at the different pieces or "ingredients" in your life – fill the children's school lunch, make beds, prepare reports, go to meetings, feed the dog, and beautify the garden. So why blog about jambalaya? The reason is that no matter how they make it, the dish comes out warm and does not want to enrich its life. How about adding spices to "the ingredients of your life?" One idea is to play children's lunches by cutting sandwiches in different shapes or adding a unique ingredient such as a lunch. You can also include a note or a small poster such as posters in lunch boxes.

At work, you can have a walk-in meeting or hire a massage masseuse for your team. You can also bring good things like baking or arranging food. During some of the meetings you run, you do not speak at all. Tell your team that you are there to watch only and see the different ways they behave. When you lead the meeting, use different types of visual elements instead of the same old presentations. Start the session by asking them about the super hero that will happen to them and why. It makes people open to themselves and everyone gets a good laugh.

Spice up can even arrive. No one said you could not dance while you were immersed or wiped out by the grass. Walking with a dog can not only be a fun friend, but it is healthy for both of us. For me, I'm not a fan of emptying the dishwasher, so sometimes when I have to cook food in the microwave, I try to figure out if I can put all the dishes before the bell goes out. Luckily I have not broken a plate yet.

Making a bed is also a mundane task. I always think of the sound of music when Julie Andrews raised the paper during the rainstorm when all the children were scared. I admit that I am the worst singer but who cares? "These are some of my favorite things" still alive regardless of my voice and makes monotonous work more likely. My children may not like it and have a kittens' compensation, but once I stop the bed I stop.

Searching for a job or writing a report is also something to fear. Try to "spice" them by being more creative. Post a funny article or caricature on your desk to remind yourself that this will pass and you only need to plow it. Also make sure to attach bonuses to various tasks. Knowing that you will get a delicious dish of jambalaya with a glass of wine and salads, and when dessert ends it is a great bonus and it will keep you focused and on the right track!

Cajun Gambalaya

Recipe from the courtyard of Emeril Lagasse

Total Time: 50 minutes

Prep: 15 minutes

Cook: 35 minutes

Yield: 4 servings


12 Mediterranean, peeled, minced and minced

4 ounces chicken, cubes

1 tablespoon of Creole spices, follow the recipe

Two tablespoons of olive oil

1/4 cup chopped onions

1/4 cup chopped green pepper

One quarter cup of chopped celery

2 tablespoons chopped garlic

1/2 cup chopped tomatoes

3 Laurel leaves

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

A teaspoon of warm sauce

3/4 cup rice

3 cups chicken

5 ounces of sausage, sliced ‚Äč‚Äčinto slices

Salt and Pepper

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2 1/2 tablespoons of sweet pepper

Two tablespoons of salt

Two tablespoons of garlic powder

1 tablespoon black pepper

1 tablespoon onion powder

1 tablespoon cayenne pepper

1 tablespoon seasoning

1 tablespoon dried thyme


In the bowl mixes shrimp, chicken, spices and creole, and work in spices well. In a large pot of heat oil on high heat with onion, pepper and celery, 3 minutes. Add garlic, tomatoes, bay leaves, Worcestershire and hot sauces. Add the rice and add the broth slowly. Reduce heat to medium and cook until liquid rice is absorbed and becomes soft with stirring occasionally for about 15 minutes. When rice is just tender add shrimp, chicken mixture and sausage. The meat is cooked up, about 10 minutes more. Taste the season with salt, pepper and Creole spices.