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Old 03-12-2007, 07:38 PM   #11
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Serving Jambalaya over brown rice. I never done that. Interesting idea however.

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We only eat brown rice. Like it much better, but don't ever put it in rice pudding. NOT a good idea!
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Old 03-12-2007, 07:40 PM   #12
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Well, my family survived dinner & actually liked it. I was just tasting the broth, so I guess that by itself was the spicy part. As a whole, it was still a little spicy & they said their mouths were on fire, but THEY ATE IT!

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Add a quart of tomato juice.
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Dancer in the kitchen: It sounds like spicy food is your cooking cuisine. There's nothing wrong with that. There are certain foods that I make that have some "kick" to them. When I make something that is naturally spicy, I serve it with things like crackers & cubed cheese, sour cream topping, and very bland vegetables & potatoes on the side. A glass of cold milk or a vanilla shake is also out there.
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Add a quart of tomato juice.
Oh yeah! I've heard about using tomato juice before. I'll remember that for next time. Thanks!
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Old 03-13-2007, 06:17 AM   #17
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Dancer in the kitchen: It sounds like spicy food is your cooking cuisine. There's nothing wrong with that. There are certain foods that I make that have some "kick" to them. When I make something that is naturally spicy, I serve it with things like crackers & cubed cheese, sour cream topping, and very bland vegetables & potatoes on the side. A glass of cold milk or a vanilla shake is also out there.
I did serve it with brown rice & corn muffins, so that helped. I like the idea of the vanilla shake. The girls would've loved that! I'll keep that in mind as well! Thanks!
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