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$10 for $20 Worth of Specialty Meats at Chris' Specialty Meats
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From family recipes, Chris Lachaussee prepares fully cooked, Cajun-spiced meats that are ready to be heated and served
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Eating a hearty steak makes you feel like a king, much like wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Rule with a silver fork with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Specialty Meats
Owner Chris Lachaussee fashions specialty cuts of meat using Cajun recipes passed down through the generations, creating fully cooked fare such as stuffed pork chops with cornbread dressing ($5.39/pound), crab pie ($13.50), crawfish étouffée ($13.75), and chicken and sausage gumbo ($6.50).
Chris' Specialty Meats
Generations of Lachaussees have lovingly prepared Cajun meals from family recipes, using succulent cuts of game and traditional meats. For almost two decades, Chris Lachaussee has carried on the family tradition with a full menu of spice-laden, fully cooked meats that are ready to be heated and served. Chris and his staff craft the specialty meats and homestyle sides every day, ensuring that delectable portions of stuffed quail, pork tenderloin stuffed with cream cheese and bacon-wrapped jalapeños, and seafood gumbo arrive at patrons’ tables fresher than a ripe banana’s newest dance moves.
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