Jambalaya

Sometimes, a warm bowl of Cajun jambalaya is all you need to warm your soul. 

I know the colder months have me craving different foods, so I want you to cook along with me and try some of the recipes. A warm bowl of jambalaya is all you need to warm your soul.

Cajun food was never on my radar pre-Randy. It’s not a cuisine our Lebanese household ate. Randy used to make his sons, Zach and Josh, Cajun foods on Sundays when they were growing up. It’s a family favorite that has become one of mine, too — not just because Randy makes it and gives me the night off but because of the warm, deep, complex flavors of dishes like jambalaya. Plus for some reason, Cajun food just feels festive. I’ve never been to New Orleans, but I’ve heard stories from many people who have about the wild times of drinking, live music and incredible cuisine.

If Cajun is your jam, grab a cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven and whip up a batch of this. I have a feeling jambalaya might just earn a spot in your winter meal rotation.

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