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makethebestofeverything.comEasy weeknight one-pot jambalayaThank-you to Klement's Sausage® for sponsoring today's post. For more information about Klement's sausage, visit their website. All opinions are entirely my own. I learned how to make a simple jambalaya recipe in a dutch oven when I was earning an outdoor cooking certification while I was in my twenties. The recipe I learned was pretty basic, but I jazzed it up a little, and my family polished this off then asked when I was going to make it again. It's been a good while since I have made jambalaya for dinner. Actually, I probably had not made jambalaya since11
mudabure.comJeff Goldblum's cool with internet commenters calling him 'daddy'In the latest episode of Hot Ones, Jeff Goldblum is his Goldbum-iest self as he compliments host Sean Evan's teeth, shares his love of Quavo, and talks about how he likes to be called 'daddy.' If you've never seen an episode of this hit YouTube series, here are the CliffsNotes: celebrities are interviewed while eating spicy wings that range from mild to mouth-numbingly hot. The interview begins (as it always does on Hot Ones) with a few softball questions. Goldblum talks about his failed TV show Tenspeend and Brown Shoe, one of his favorite Pittsburgh eateries, and jazz lingo. Oh, and if you're10
music.ekreader.siteToday in Music - 1926 - "Brother" Jack McDuff was born - jazz organ - who knew! - A Jazzy, Proggy, New Age SafariSo this morning the first name that I saw on the list was “Brother” Jack McDuff”, who was born on this date in 1926. It wasn’t until the third site that I checked in the morning that I read the following” Jack McDuff… with his trio, which over the years featured guitarists like Kenny Burrell, Grant Green, and George Benson, McDuff made many of the first so-called “acid jazz” recordings. Woo Hoo!…. a jazz organist that worked with three guitar great!!! I have to check him out. So I headed over to Wikipedia and found this: “Brother” Jack McDuff (September... Continue reading