Culpepper's cited in 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die

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A big congrats to Culpepper's Cajun Kitchen owners Martin and Kathy Anderson, whose local eatery earns a mention in the newly released book, 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die.

The work is by Mimi Sheraton, who was a New York Times critic in the late '70s and early '80s, among many other postings at prestigious publications.  

The Culpepper's citation appears on page 597, as one of the places in the country where maque choux can be tried. Sheraton calls the dish "Louisian's succotash-like vegetable stew." 

In a press release, the Andersons note how one of their customers calls the item "creamed corn on steroids."

View her recipe and more info on the dish here: See related PDF 1000_Foods_Culpepper_s__1_.pdf

And here's more on the book as a whole: See related PDF 1000_FOODS_Press_Release__1_.pdf

The maque choux at Culpepper's (top right) usually comes as a side item on entree plates. - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
  • The maque choux at Culpepper's (top right) usually comes as a side item on entree plates.

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