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Sausage gumbo! I don't actually get to have any of it--my MiL is sick so it's going over there. But is sure smells good!


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Cajun turkey breast, roasted broccoli, cornbread stuffing.

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Turkey tacos with homemade pico!

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Turkey tacos with homemade pico!
Woot! Yum and freaking awesome taco shot! I want to eat that.



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Have never even thought about roasting broccoli. Will definitely give that a try.

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@Tropical - Your gorgeous photo gave me the impetus to make tacos tonight, complete w/pico. However, my pico is from the grocery store. Still, in southern AZ, the pico is usually made fresh in the store each day. Thank you for inspiring me!

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Sausage gumbo! I don't actually get to have any of it--my MiL is sick so it's going over there. But is sure smells good!
Hey, Foz, what type(s) of sausage do you use in the gumbo? Sounds like a great dish for cooler temps, which we are having this week.

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Hey, Foz, what type(s) of sausage do you use in the gumbo? Sounds like a great dish for cooler temps, which we are having this week.
I'd like to tell you it's hand-crafted artisan andouille, or something proper. But I'm cheap, so it was just storebought kielbasa.

I used a box of bone broth, another 6 cups of water with corresponding chicken broth powder (I used Knorr, not cubes), baby carrots, celery, onion powder, 2 cups of brown rice, a can of green chiles (not authentic, I know, but I like them) and a few big dashes of cayenne hot sauce, along with the kielbasa.

2 cups of rice makes it pretty hearty, so you may want to ease off on the rice if you like it soupier.

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I'd like to tell you it's hand-crafted artisan andouille, or something proper. But I'm cheap, so it was just storebought kielbasa.
What other link sausage would be comparable to kielbasa? I've eaten, and enjoyed, it on a number of occasions. But it is rather mild. There are so many types of chicken, turkey, pork, beef, you-name-it types of sausage in the store today, I'm in a bit of a quandary. I enjoy a little kick, which it appears you get from the chilies and hot sauce.

But I'm thinking about getting a bit of a kick from the sausage itself. Have you used other types of links or ground?

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I've been a vegetarian /piscetarian for 26 years.

You guys almost make me want to eat meat again with these pictures!

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What other link sausage would be comparable to kielbasa? I've eaten, and enjoyed, it on a number of occasions. But it is rather mild. There are so many types of chicken, turkey, pork, beef, you-name-it types of sausage in the store today, I'm in a bit of a quandary. I enjoy a little kick, which it appears you get from the chilies and hot sauce.

But I'm thinking about getting a bit of a kick from the sausage itself. Have you used other types of links or ground?
If you want a bit of a kick (I like kicks too!), go for the hot Italian sausage links.

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Great photo of real comfort food
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What other link sausage would be comparable to kielbasa? I've eaten, and enjoyed, it on a number of occasions. But it is rather mild. There are so many types of chicken, turkey, pork, beef, you-name-it types of sausage in the store today, I'm in a bit of a quandary. I enjoy a little kick, which it appears you get from the chilies and hot sauce.

But I'm thinking about getting a bit of a kick from the sausage itself. Have you used other types of links or ground?
Not in soup, but I cook with a lot of chorizo. The hotter the better. I wouldnt use it in soup though...too greasy and crumbly. Maybe some Johnsonville spicy brats?

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Adobo chicken salad with black beans and avocado.

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Meatball tacos (avocado, arugula, tomato, pomegranate sour cream and mint). I don't think I've ever actually made tacos on #tacotuesday.




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