A New Orleans Tradition

 Beignets are the state doughnut of Louisiana.

Pronounced, “ben-yay”, New  Orleans locals often call them “French Doughnuts”. 
Beignets were brought to Louisiana in the 1800’s by the French Acadians from Nova Scotia. 
The  traditional New Orleans beignet is a  square piece of dough, deep fried till  puffy, served hot and covered in
powder sugar. 

4 comments on “MESSAGE BOARD

  1. I am so disappointed the on-line store is closed. I want to send for some of your wonderful ketchup and a couple of other things… DARN…

    • Our store is back on the website….its not pretty but you can call in and place an order. Its been a rough year and we appreciate any orders we can get. Thanks and Happy Holidays!!

  2. How would i get the Creole Original Seasoning ..?? online store closed and my son no longer lives in Golden

    • Its been a while but we have put our online store back on the website…. I hope you will think of us for Christmas presents!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *