Monday, November 28, 2011

New Traditions

John and I stayed in Columbia for Thanksgiving this year.  With my vicious Black Friday work schedule and his cold, we decided not to brave the highways for travel.  Instead, a day of peaceful, do-nothing relaxation was in place.  We played video games, drank home brew, watched football, and for the second year in a row, made a kick-a$$ Seafood Jambalaya!!

I feel it may become a tradition with us now, and with good reason.  You see, this Jambalaya is goood.  Loaded with lots of custom blended Creole seasoning, power-packed quinoa, and pounds upon pounds of seafood, this is too good to resist.  We opted for Oysters, Shrimp, Catfish, and Andouille sausage this go round.  We even had a new addition of flaked barley with the grains.  Flaked barley is now a staple with John's beer brewing.

Seriously, look at that deliciousness!

You can find the recipe post here.

And here's to new traditions!  We shall see what Christmas holds . . .

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