Catering Menu

~ ENTREES ~
 

YAKAMEIN
GUMBO
SHRIMP PASTA
An Asian inspired soup with a Creole twist, Yakamein is made from a combination of meat, eggs, green onions and noodles in a spicy, salty broth. A New Orleans favorite, this soup is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
This traditional New Orleans dish made with a roux base is full of seafood and sausage and served over rice. Ms. Linda's Gumbo can also be made to order with okra. Made with your choice of noodles and topped with delicious sauteed shrimp, this dish can be served with your choice of an alfredo or tomoto based sauce.
CRAWFISH ETOUFEE
FISH, OYSTERS & SHRIMP
BAKED CHICKEN
With a roux based sauce and a sure fire kick of flavor, this crawfish delicacy is served over rice. it is guaranteed to get the party started! Fried until golden, these popular seafoods can be served either as PoBoy sandwiches or as a platter. This New Orleans tradition is fast becoming famous throughought the world! Sautéed with the finest seasonings and marinated until just right, this tasty dish is a top choice with locals.
 

~ SIDES ~

BBQ SHRIMP
MAC 'N CHEESE
FRESH GREENS
BBQ Shrimp (ironically having nothing to do with bbq) is a New Orleans' original consisting of shrimp cooked in-shell to succulent perfection in a rich spicy butter sauce so tasty you won't be able to help but lick your plate clean! A favorite New Orleans' side dish, this baked macaroni and cheese melts in your mouth! A New Orleans soul food staple, your choice of Kale, Collard or Mustard greens are cooked down to perfection with bacon, onion, garlic and Ms. Linda's secret seasonings!
     
GREEN BEANS
MIXED VEGETABLES
POTATO SALAD
 

~ DESSERTS ~

SWEET POTATO PIE
PRALINE CANDY
PECAN PIE
With a creamy custard mashed sweet potato filling baked in an open pie shell, this mouth watering traditional favorite is the South's version of pumpkin pie. Originally imported to Louisiana by French settlers, the New Orleans version of Praline Candy is a creamy confection of pecans, cream, butter and brown sugar. Reportedly invented by the French soon after settling in New Orleans, this Southern specialty is a delicious combination of pecans and molasses.
 

OTHER DISHES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

 

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