We went to Keller's Bakery to pick up a few sweets. We would stop by there every Sunday on the way to to my grandparents house and my mother worked there when she was young. We ate a delicious lunch at my grand-uncle's house - jambalaya, ribs, brisket, macque choux, and so much more! We also drove by my grandparents old house and the cemetery before heading home. I was feeling a bit nostalgic when I stopped at Maxwell's to pick something up for dinner. Not feeling like eating anymore meat, I decided to make Hitachi Shrimp. I can remember my mom making this and loving it. The name Hitachi comes from the brand name of my mother's rice cooker.
2 cups rice
1/2 - 3/4 lb shrimp (small ones) peeled & deveined and seasoned
1 stick of butter, cut up
1 cup of chicken broth
chopped bell pepper & onions
salt & pepper to taste
Throw all of that in a rice cooker and hit cook. When it dings, it's done. Delicious! This might not be the best picture, but I promise it's really good!