OMFG. How many small birds does it take to make New Orleans gumbo great? Two apparently.
That’s why in this gumbo the pheasant flies with the quail – a fabulous pairing. Together they combine to help your entire being take flight.
Or for others maybe a quick nap behind a Jazz Fest food court trash can. This is really filling stuff.
The Pheasant Quail Andouille Sausage Gumbo delivers it’s magic in a unique way. Try to tell the difference between the two birds in a bite.
Of course you can’t, it’s sausage!
Then the chunky sausage and rich roux delivers the final knock out blow that sends your taste buds spinning.
These are just a few reasons why Pheasant Quail Andouille Sausage Gumbo is the legendary Running Fork’s’ favourite food at Jazz Fest 2014.
Plus it’s fairly priced at $7 for a generous serving, no krewe protests this time Most importantly, it’s already perfectly spiced so no extra hot sauce (or very little) required.
Even as is it still brings sweat pouring off this fork’s outer dome.