This week was one of those eye opening weeks for me personally. I realized a few things that really affirmed to me that I have to do changes in my life. I been talking so much on these posts about change, and it being a good thing, that I had a few events, nothing large that just reaffirmed I do need changes in my life.
It is always good to do change, and it is good to do things differently. We need change, there is no doubt about that. To stay in a constant state, leads to never venturing outside and discovering new things. That is one way to look at change.
If anything, I realized also, that what I am about to embark on in my life in these changes are good signs, I saw what can happen if I do not make changes. The changes I want to make will improve me over all and for better. Yes, I am talking about changing my environment, my surroundings. My search for a new place ended up making me realize something that if I wasn’t looking for a new apartment I would have never known. It was something from my past with my ex and let’s say I need to close that door on that life, and in a way that was the last obstacle that was standing in the way. I am in the process of closing it for good. It feels good doing that change.
So life needs change, and so does our regular dishes. When I was preparing to go to PA for a week, I did not go grocery shopping, I just used up what I had. One night for dinner, I decided to make eggs. I decided to kick those eggs up a bit with some creole seasoning and some shrimp I had in the freezer. My breakfast for dinner had this great taste, and I really loved the flavors it had. I could have had regular scrambled eggs, but by making a few changes, I had a great Cajun inspired meal instead.
- 3 eggs
- 1 teaspoons of creole seasoning
- 1/4-1/2 cup shrimp cooked, no tails, and deviened
- 1 tablespoon of milk
- 1/8 cup of cheddar cheese
- 1 tablespoon butter
- In a bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, and cheese.
- Melt the butter in a skillet, pour the egg mixture into the skillet.
- Let the egg mixture start to cook for about 45 seconds, like your making an omelet. Then start to stir the eggs.
- Just as the eggs look like it is starting to cook and become solid, add the shrimp and seasonings to the eggs.
- Continue cooking and stirring everything until it mixed and the eggs looked cooked. You can add a bit more of the creole seasoning if you prefer, then serve it up and ENJOY!