The first time I went to New Orleans I was a young, carefree adult. We danced in the streets, drank more than my mom would approve of and stayed up until 4 am. Someone poured a hurricane* in my hair. It was definitely one big, wild party!
The next time I went to New Orleans, I was a more mature adult. We had delicious food, listened to some fantastic jazz, attended a business seminar and then we danced in the streets, drank more than my husband would approve of and stayed up until 4 am. Someone poured a hurricane in my hair (I'm not kidding). It was definitely one big, wild party!
Wow - I don't think I could live down there all the time, but man oh man is the food good! Gumbo, Muffalettas, Beignets and of course Jambalaya. It's not only fun to eat, it's fun to say!
Traditional Jambalaya takes hours to make, but with our amazing Southwest Slow Cooker Sauce, you can have it ready to go in 30 minutes. Serve it up with some corn bread.
*Hurricane, for the uninitiated ... this is the signature drink of New Orleans. It's bright red and made with rum. LOTS of rum ...