Dec 18, 2012 | Events

The Acadia ParishNew Orleans Dinner

Every year the Roadhouse celebrates the traditions and culture of New Orleans and this year we journey back to the early 1800’s after the Louisiana Purchase when early German settlers landed in the city. Many of the first generation Germans became rice farmers, spending time in the fields harvesting what is now one of New Orleans staple foods. Chef Alex will explore the history and create a menu of foods traditional to a first generation German rice plantation farmer’s dinner.

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Amuse

Boudin Balls
Fried Cajun-style smoked sausage

Soup

Rabbit & Dumplings

Salad

Stuffed Pigs Foot
with apple and cabbage

Entrees

Catfish Courtbouillon
or
Pork Grillades

Sides

Acadian Jambalaya
Maque Choux

Bread

Couche-Couche

Desserts

Rice in Milk
with cane syrup

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