The Annual Nola Creole Dinner

. March 3, 2014.
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In celebration of Mardi Gras, enjoy a fantastic meal with recipes straight from the bayou. Traditionally, the feast of Fat Tuesday is the ritualistic practice of eating dense, delicious foods in preparation for Lenten fasting. The menu, crafted by Chef Alex Young, will feature traditional Louisiana Creole cuisine, which blends ingredients from a handful of cultures. The food will be rich with the heat of peppers, citrus juice with an abundance of spices, perfect for a Mardi Gras adventure. Tuesday, March 4. Reservations required.

$65. 7-9pm. Zingerman’s Roadhouse, 2501 Jackson Ave. 734-663-3663. zingermansroadhouse.com

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