Yesterday's lunch consisted of leftover Tony Chachere's
chicken-flavored rice topped with leftover homemade pinto beans (made with jowl bacon), Frank's RedHot
, and a piece of leftover corn bread (made with real bacon grease):
The smokey flavor of the beans went well with the low 'n slow spiciness of the rice. With all of the protein and complex carbs, I was full the rest of the workday.
I give it 4 out of 5 Radiation Burns From The Office's Early 1980s Microwave.
Labels: Appalachia, Country Cooking, Creole Food, Frank's Red Hot, Microwave Cooking, Pinto Beans, Rice, Tony Chachere's, What's for Lunch