Slow Food Sacramento is paying homage to Sacramento’s annual Jazz Jubilee and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Sunday, May 17th with a down-home style Cajun crawfish boil. The evening will also include foot-tapping live music, provided by Mark St. Mary Louisiana Blues & Zydeco Band.
Hosted at The Supper Club, the menu is a creative (and feisty) approach to a traditional crawfish boil. Prepared by talented chef Matt Woolston, the evening’s dishes include:
• Corn, andouille sausage and Arborio rice hush puppies with Creole dipping sauce
• Gazpacho “shooters” with tomatillo-avocado Mescal salsa
• Deviled eggs with smoked paprika and capers
• Crawfish Boil with corn, potatoes and special Cajun spices
• Southern fried chicken
• Southern-style Bledsoe pork spareribs, lightly smoked, tender and sticky
• Southern potato salad with red potato, boiled egg, Applewood-smoked bacon, whole grain mustard and scallions
• Succotash with sweet corn, lima beans, sweet peppers and green beans
• Pickled okra, watermelon rind, Jerusalem artichokes and scallions
• Fresh seasonal fruit
Where: The Supper Club, 1616 Del Paso Blvd
When: Sunday May 17, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Cost: $40 for Slow Food Members; $45 for non members
For more information, please visit http://slowfoodsacramento.com or call Melinda Beer, (916) 717-1621.
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