Just in case you havenâ€™t noticed, weâ€™re on a fast roll to Turkey Day AND the Christmas holidays. Not only will there be many parties, but also there will be family gatherings and impromptu get-togethers. You need to stock up now on all our Louisiana goodies.
Iâ€™ve already put my order in for five turduckens (my personal favorite is the one stuffed with pork sausage) because I donâ€™t want to be empty-handed. They are stashed in the freezer waiting to be pulled out for the party table. Turduckens can featured as your main course or to serve along with baked ham or your favorite wild game dish. Also, IF (and I do mean if) you have any leftover turducken, slap some slices of French bread to make an incredible sandwich. Dress it with Creole mustard! Wow! Iâ€™ve been known to drop a few pieces of turducken in my chicken and sausage gumbo â€“ talk about a taste treat.
Speaking of gumbo, I heartily recommend Robinâ€™s seafood gumbo. Sure, itâ€™s a bit pricey, but hey, only the best for your friends, right?
If you something if bit easier here are some ideas from our website. We have shrimp or crawfish pies as well as bite-size crab cakes, which can be heated before leaving the house and packed in insulated containers to keep them warm for service at the stadium. Bring along some tartar or cocktail sauce and youâ€™ll have everyone eating out of your hand. Or, select from a large assortment of fresh and smoked sausages (to throw on the grill) and to serve with any of Tabascoâ€™s condiments such as spicy mustard, spicy mayonnaise or spicy ketchup! Thatâ€™ll get your taste buds tingling for sure!
And what could be simpler than carrying along a few jars of Tabascoâ€™s 7-Spice Chili (original or spicy) to which you add to browned ground beef. Bring lots of crackers or chips! Hey, you might want to try Fowlerâ€™s False Alarm Chili Kit and make several batches of different kinds of chili! Baby, if itâ€™s cold outside, chili will certainly take the chill off! Better bring some Zappâ€™s potato chips as well.
Now, you do have another choice for football parties. If you donâ€™t want to make a trip to the stadium or canâ€™t attend the game, by all means host a small party at your home to watch your favorite teams on the tube.
A slow-cooked brisket or a roast fillet of beef can be prepared ahead of time, then sliced thinly for sandwiches. Have pistolettes or an assortment of sliced breads or rolls to offer guests. To make a spread for the bread, combine equal parts of mayonnaise and Creole mustard.