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Thread: Supper's a cooken "Jambalaya" Thanks Mike

  1. #1
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    Dec 2007
    Billings Missouri near Springfield Mo

    Supper's a cooken "Jambalaya" Thanks Mike

    I just got a big ole pan of Jambalaya in the oven cooken mmmmmmmmmmmmmm can't wait.

    Thanks again Mike Henderson best Jambalaya I have ever had. I'm glad you posted the recipe everytime I make a batch.
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    Nov 2006
    Villa Park, CA
    You're welcome. I continue to evolve the recipe. I've started adding a lot more chicken to the recipe. I buy one of those pre-cooked chickens, or a package of fried chicken, strip it from the bones, and put that in in addition to the Italian sausage.

    I'm glad you enjoy it. For those who don't know what we're talking about, you can see the recipe here.

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    Vancouver Island, Courtenay/Comox Valley, British Columbia
    That looks like a great recipe, Mike, and I bookmarked it. That's very similar to how I make it.
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