When I do an off-the-cuff dinner with stuff I already have at home, we usually just call it “stuff.”  “Stuff” is a dinner that probnably won’t be replicated any time soon.  It’s usually made up of ingredients that may never be in the house in the same quantities, again.

Tonight was such a dinner.

I had a couple of links of hot Italian sausage and a boneless chicken breast.  I cooked off a handful of onion and a couple stalks of celery, a green pepper, and some mushrooms.  Added the chicken and sausage, and when they were pretty much cooked through, added about a half-cup of red wine.  Then a can of diced tomatoes, a can of black beans and a cup of chicken broth.  I brought it all to a boil and then added about 3/4 cup of brown rice and a half-teaspoon of Guamanian Boonie Pepper.  On went the lid for 45 minutes.

Thick, rich, and yummy.  Good for the tummy.