Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Chicken Sausage and Goya

On my bus ride home from work last night, my bus buddy Manny asked what I was making for dinner. I said I was thinking about chicken sausage and veggies but I wasn't sure how I was going to season it or if I would make a sauce with it. 

He mentioned that his wife cooks a lot of Puerto Rican dishes and that they use a seasoning packet called Sazon Goya. It's a blend of different Latin spices and he offered to give me a pack.

I picked up some spinach and feta chicken sausage, sauteed them for a few minutes until it started to brown, added my frozen veggies and about 1/3 of the Goya packet. It was really, really good!

I didn't want to eat it all because I wanted to be able to eat it again for lunch. 

It was a lovely night enjoying my new found spice packet, and then I woke up to my stove top still on. Yup, I walked into the kitchen trying to figure out why the apartment was so hot and the roommate and her boyfriend were up late cooking and left the burners on all night.

I'm not really here to vent, but then again, it is my little space in Internet land. Waking up to unlocked doors, dishes piled in the sink, over flowing garbage and burners left on over night has really brought me to the end of my rope. I put in my 60 day notice, but will most likely be moving out before that.

So...anyone want to rent my space??

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