Only a few days to go! Keep your energy levels high with our protein packed specials this week, including Beck’s Blackened Salmon over Gumbo Rice and our Jambalaya Breakfast Bowl with Fried Egg, Cheese, and Corn Bread. To get into that holiday spirit why not take home a bag of our Pecan Praline Coffee from Community Coffee. We’re selling it at $ 2.00 off a bag!
Hey everyone, a reminder that Beck’s Cajun Cafe will be participating at the Reading Terminal Market’s gala fundraiser, Feb. 26 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
It’s gala fundraiser — Valentine to the Market. It’s a great event for a great cause — to preserve and enhance the market for future generations.
Beck’s is whipping up a special menu for the guests including Louisiana snapper soup, fried oysters on chicken salad (seasoned with Beck’s Angel Dust Cajun Spice), jambalaya, gumbo with rice, mini muffuletta, petit Train Wreck’s and fried mac and cheese balls. If you’re coming to the party, make sure to stop by.
We can’t wait to see you and to feed you — BB
Well, it’s official! Beck’s Cajun Café will be featured on Good Day Philadelphia’s Monday Menu on Monday, February 15. Look for Chef Bill Beck at 8:45 a.m. and 9:20 a.m. as he prepares New Orleans favorites including Jambalaya and Bread Pudding.
The next day, come over and try them for real at our Mardi Gras event at the Reading Terminal Market. A percentage of the proceeds of sales of signature items like gumbo and muffuletta will benefit the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. See you there!
Get ready! Beck’s Cajun Cafe is bringing Mardi Gras to the Reading Terminal Market, Tues., Feb. 16, 2010 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Come and enjoy Dixieland music and authentic Cajun favorites including jambalaya, mufaletta and po’ boys. We’ll also be serving up a giant pot of gumbo and the proceeds will benefit the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. The parade starts at 11 a.m. We’ll be cutting the King Cake at 1 p.m., Find the baby inside and win a prize!
Gumbo when you’re happy. Gumbo when you’re sad. Gumbo when you’re sleepy. Gumbo when you’re mad.
A good gumbo may be the ultimate comfort food. If you’ve never tried it, gumbo is a stew or soup originating in Louisiana and which is popular across the Gulf Coast and into the South. It consists primarily of a strong stock, meat and/or shellfish, a thickener, and the vegetable “holy trinity” of celery, bell peppers and onion. It”s is traditionally served over rice. There’s a decent history on Wikipedia that you can read.
Keep your eyes open for some exciting announcements in the next week or so about our gumbo (P.S. it involves Mardi Gras!)