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Tell ya friends where you got it from! May 08 2014

Help us spread the word about Cook Me Somethin’ Mister Jambalaya Rice!

Sun Belt Jambalaya Cook-Off February 25 2014

Do you have the best Jambalaya or Tailgate Dish? Show us what you’ve got at the Sun Belt Saturday Jambalaya Cook-Off! 

#NOLABound Tailgate Tour with Sun Belt Conference February 25 2014

NEW ORLEANS – The Sun Belt Conference is bringing a taste of New Orleans to its basketball games in anticipation of the 2014 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships on March 12-16. The Sun Belt Conference wants everyone to live and breathe the spirit of New Orleans before they are #NOLABound for the tournament in March!

Feature Story in Specialty Food Magazine February 25 2014

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Jambalaya Girl & Chef Paul Prudhomme host SBA Administrator February 25 2014

Cook Me Somethin’ Mister and Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Magic Seasoning Blends hosted the SBA Administrator for a tour of Prudhomme’s facility, where Cook Me Somethin’ Mister Jambalaya is made in New Orleans. 

Jambalaya Girl Named Top 40 under 40 February 25 2014

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Feature story in The Talon, Southern Miss Alumni Magazine February 25 2014

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Cook Me Somethin’ Mister wins Small Business Competition February 25 2014

Capital One Bank, in partnership with the Louisiana Small Business Development Center Greater New Orleans Region (LSBDC GNOR) and the Urban League of Greater New Orleans (ULGNO), recently announced that Be Well Nutrition, Inc., is the winner of the “Greaux GNO” business plan competition created to help small businesses in greater New Orleans grow and create jobs. The healthy food and lifestyle company received the grand prize of $20,000 to expand its work using nutritious products for health-conscious consumers.

Jambalaya Girl on WLOX Gulfport, MS February 25 2014


LSU vs Alabama Charity Tailgating Fundraiser February 25 2014

Alabama fans and LSU fans unite their team spirit to raise money for the West Alabama Food Bank at a charitable tailgating party preceding the Alabama – LSU football game. Fans will be treated to sausage dogs from the Official Smoked Sausage for the Alabama Crimson Tide ‐ Polk’s Meat, Jambalaya from Louisiana’s own Jambalaya Girl of Cook Me Somethin Mister!, who will be cooking in her 100 year old, 30 gallon cast iron pot, and Coke products in exchange for any monetary donation made to the West Alabama Food Bank.