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Mam Papaul’s is the original “New Orleans Style“ brand of dinner entrees. Starting 1972 with what began as a “Cajun Care Package” Mam Papaul’s became the first brand of New Orleans Style foods to be produced into convenience mixes. When “Cajun” foods became the rage in the eighties, Mam Papaul’s had already been selling New Orleans Style Entrees for 15 years. What started in 1972 as a “Cajun Care Package” packed by hand is now blended and packaged by state of the art equipment in order to maintain product quality and authenticity, our #1 concern.
All the flavors associated with the New Orleans melting pot are embodied in the Mam Papaul’s dinner mixes. These are true South Louisiana dishes that reflect the taste and heritage of the French, Spanish, Germans, Africans and Caribbean Islanders who settled in South Louisiana. The creativity of the people who sought to make a home in the swampy wilderness and make great food using native plants and animals is embodied in Mam Papaul’s dinner mixes. Not overloaded with cayenne or red pepper, these New Orleans style dinner mixes and seasonings are carefully blended to reflect the unique flavors of New Orleans and South Louisiana, an area known the world over for fine food.
My Husband and I are not Bread Pudding Censure's, but most time's when we are out, if it is on a Menu, we will bring a piece home. I found your Mam Papaul's Bread Pudding on a self in and thought I will give it a try, I will NEVER purchase Bread Pudding anywhere else again. OMG this is by far, THE BEST BREAD PUDDING we have ever tasted.
My wife has used your Gumbo Mix forever. We were at Rouse's this weekend and I saw the Jambalaya Mix and bought some. I cook jambalaya at our house which is tomato based and takes about 5 hours. I was impressed with Mam Papaul's, it was quick and easy. Of course, It will not replace the "from scratch" recipe but we will be eating jambalaya more often with Mam Papauls. I was very impressed with the rice and would like to use that brand in all of my recipes, (I do a lot of our cooking). I normally use Uncle Ben's rice, which rice is used in Mam Papaul's jambalaya? Best regards, Gene Arceneaux (Retired and now head cook :)
On separate occasions, during some one-on-one time, I made king cakes with my 4 year old granddaughter and 6 year old grandson. They thoroughly enjoyed adding and kneading the ingredients in the mixing bag, rolling and shaping the king cake, and finally decorating the cake with the icing and sugars. My grandson decorated his cake in the traditional Mardi Gras colors while my granddaughter chose to decorate her cake with her favorite colors pink and purple. They were so proud to pose for pictures hold their masterpieces. They agree that they made the "Best King Cakes Ever!" and I have to admit they were delicious. Thank you for this wonderful product and the special memories it gave me! I plan on making this a family tradition.
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