You can always tell a good recipe by the amount of "drip stains" on the paper. I can barely read my paper copy since I've had this recipe for so long. Once I finally joined 'Zaar I decided that I needed to file this electronically so I don't ever lose it. It's a pretty standard recipe, but reheats very well and tastes even better the next day (especially for lunches at work). This came from a dear friend who was on a cookbook committee at her church. It was part of a meat/bread/vegetable exchange count. This is my husband's favorite meal! You can add as much heat as you like. My DH likes to add a couple of shakes from his favorite cajun seasoning container. Since we have small kids I have to keep the "heat" down a bit now.