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Made in Baton Rouge
Products from this Month's Box were all made in the Greater Baton Rouge Area!
Truly Southern Pretzel Crunch
Truly Scrumptious officially started October, 2013…but their story goes back to the late 1980’s. Sisters Karen Daigle and Linda McAdams started making cakes, candies and treats, selling to their family and friends. They both had a passion for the craft and enjoyed the creative outlet it provided. This was a part time project since they both worked full time jobs besides creating amazing sweets.
After a few years, the pace was exhausting and unfortunately it left them no down time to spend with family and friends. So Truly Scrumptious faded away and the sisters made confections only for their own family.

Fast forward about 30 years and the story resumes! After losing her job and struggling to find another, Linda and her husband James, thought maybe this was the answer to their prayers. Deciding to take a Leap of Faith, Linda asked Karen if she was interested in reviving Truly Scrumptious, only this time it was full speed ahead! Karen was excited to bring back the business and continue doing something they both loved to do.

After becoming a tenant at the LSU Ag Center Food Incubator, their Pretzel Crunch has become a massive hit. It can be found in many local stores around Baton Rouge and is moving outward around the state.

River Roads Coffee - Creole
The Melancon family has been passionate about making and sharing freshly roasted coffee with friends and neighbors for generations. For nearly 20 years, they've been carefully selecting, blending, and roasting high quality Arabica beans into our signature Baton Rouge Blend.

River Roads perform in-house cupping every Friday to ensure the River Road Coffees quality, taste, and aroma.
They were the first certified organic locally-owned coffee roaster in the Baton Rouge area. They make sure their Family of Roasts are meticulously reproduced in small batches and delivered in the shortest amount of time possible so that their customers can enjoy the finest fresh-roasted coffee experience from work or home.

Alvin Ray's Bayou Best Pickles-Hot
What started out as a homemade recipe made a few years ago has turned into a full time business for Alvin Ray and his pickles.
Ray, a former plumbing and electric maintenance worker, says he had to quit his day job because of the more than 6,000-jar-a-month demand for his Alvin Ray’s Bayou Best Pickles. Ray started producing the pickles at LSU AgCenter Food Incubator three years ago, and now Bayou Best Pickles has a location for production.
Just shake and taste!

Oak Grove Smokehouse Chicken Fry
For years, fried chicken in New Orleans has been served highly seasoned, hot and spicy. This style of fried Chicken has become popular throughout Louisiana. Oak Grove Smokehouse Chicken Fry is a special combination of flour and seasoning for making this spicy New Orleans style fried chicken at home. It can also be used to start a spicy roux for chicken and sausage gumbo!
Denicola's Pastalaya Mix
Denicolas Foods is a Louisiana based company specializing in Gourmet Dry Mixes that are easy to prepare and consistent in taste. Started by Kim and David Denicola in 2009, Denicola’s Foods brings together the cultures of Cajun French, Italian and American in recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation by their two families. The idea was to create products that are easily prepared on your stove top or rice cooker. Just add water to one of their Gourmet Mixes, your favorite meat, poultry, game or seafood and you'll be dining in less than 30 minutes! To top it off the Gourmet Mixes are rich with the flavor that one expects from the great cooks of Louisiana!
Louisiana Red Beans & Rice Entrée Mix
Louisiana Fish Fry Products of Baton Rouge, LA, was founded more than 30 years ago as an offshoot of the retail seafood operation, Tony's Seafood. Today, it is one of the fastest-growing family-owned food manufacturing businesses in Louisiana.
Good on Mondays…and Every Day!

  1. Pre-cook 1 – 1 ½ lbs. of sausage or ham in a 4 qt. saucepan. Ensure meat is thoroughly cooked (to 165˚F).
  2. Bring 3¼ cups of water and 1 tbsp. of butter or margarine to a boil. Add LA Fish Fry Red Beans and Rice Entrée Mix. Stir well. Boil for 2-3 minutes. Reduce heat to low.
  3. Cook covered for 25-30 minutes, stirring often. Remove from heat and let stand 5 minutes before serving. Enjoy!
Baconation Smokehouse Bacon BBQ Sauce
A Fan Favorite - Smokehouse Bacon BBQ Sauce is the perfect smokey variation of their original recipe. The combination of sweet tea and savory bacon will add a level of deliciousness unlike anything you have ever had! Each batch is slowly simmered and bottled in Baton Rouge. Every jar is Gluten Free.

Cajun BBQ Pizza
Everyone knows that BBQ sauce goes with beef, chicken and pork. But did you know it can add a new twist to an Italian favorite?

Here's what you will need:
  • 2 links andouille sausage, fully cooked and sliced
  • 1 package tasso ham, diced
  • 1/2 small red onion, chopped
  • 1 head of garlic, peeled, and roasted
  • 4 oz shredded pepper jack cheese
  • 1 ball pizza dough (homemade or store bought)
  • 1 Jar Smokehouse Bacon BBQ Sauce
Here's how you make it:
  1. Roll out the pizza dough into a 12"-14" circle and cook according to instructions or firm enough to hold toppings.
  2. Make sure oven is at 400 degrees F.
  3. Spoon a generous amount of Smokehouse Bacon BBQ Sauce evenly over the pizza crust.
  4. Spread onions, roasted garlic, tasso and andouille sausage on top of BBQ sauce.
  5. Cover with pepper jack cheese
  6. Bake in oven for 15-20 minutes or until cheese is browned.
  7. Remove from oven and let cool for 3 minutes.
  8. Drizzle with more BBQ Sauce if desired, cut, slice and serve!
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