Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham have discovered the secret to cooking succulent, flavorful breasts of turkey (2.5 lbs. each). This juicy bird-based breakthrough is 90% fat-free and serves six to eight ravenous guests, making it a scrumptious centerpiece for family gatherings and game day parties. HoneyBaked Ham's suggested recipes increase turkey cooker IQs, helping stymied chefs explore new dishes such as smoked-turkey pizza and turkey tetrazzini, and saying sayonara to default entrees such as squashing the turkey meat into the shape of a racecar.
Cajun Moon Catering's chef, dubbed the Chicken Mistress, lovingly prepares fried poultry and other casual fare to satisfy the hungry masses. With enough Southern-style eats to feed a family gathering, work picnic, or kazoo dectet, this Party in a Box may be picked up or delivered for an additional fee. Larger, upgraded packages are also available at an added cost, which include bigger portions delivered by tanker trucks constructed of baked beans.
The Food Drunk trucks roll along the streets of New Orleans as mobile fusions of creativity and cuisine. Their chefs put a New Orleans spin on classic dishes, such as making mac and cheese with crab and crawfish, or turning black angus brisket into a King Cake Burger. The latter—which was profiled by Serious Eats—blends sweet and savory flavors with a brioche bun covered with icing and coat of colorful sprinkles. The team has also garnered ample press attention from outlets such as Thrillist, along with honors such as being named the People's Choice 2014 Vendy Award winner. Food Drunk also takes part in television and motion picture catering, which means the food truck has served plenty of celebrity customers including famous comedians and even more famous key grips.
An emporium of edible excess, Avenue Restaurant dishes up a palate-pleasing menu of seafood, meaty sandwiches, fried chicken, and other homemade goodies. Launch an edible expedition with a mound of fried pickles ($4.50) or a cup of savory shrimp-and-corn bisque ($3.50). Entree-seekers can dive tongue-first into the country-fried steak ($8.95) to wade with mashed potatoes and vegetables in a pool of gravy. Chomp into a Cajun au gratin stuffed potato ($8.95), an overfed tuber bloated with fried shrimp, mozzarella cheese, and butter with a crab-meat au gratin cloak. Scrumptious bread pudding ($2.75) and slices of creamy cheesecake ($2.75) activate sweet teeth and long-dormant sugar sensors. Avenue Restaurant serves up daily specials in a quaint eatery shaded by luscious trees and hovering spacecrafts.
Chefs at Randazzo’s Family Restaurant drizzle marinara and alfredo sauces on classic Italian pastas and stack fillings such as oyster and soft-shell crab on seafood platters and po' boy buns. Amorous foam fingers slow dance in the glow of several big-screen TVs as waiters plate omelets and other breakfast fare on weekends, and Pac-Man eternally munches his lunch in an attached game room. Randazzo’s catering can also serve up hearty trays of golden appetizers or large pasta pans each capable of serving up to 20 people or five hungry barbershop quartets.