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We’ve been all over the place this past week and with December brings all of the holiday parties, late night work hours and the unknown schedules. (Appointments galore!) We always plan our meals out for the week, and this week is no exception – even if I know I won’t be home to start dinner at least 3 nights this week. Thankfully, I’ve found a meal solution that my husband enjoys (for those nights I’m not able to be around.)
Enter Richard’s Cajun Foods. We’ve recently discovered their frozen meals for one at our local Ingles and Harris Teeter. They heat up in minutes, and are very filling.
Richard’s Cajun Foods is a family-operated business out of Louisiana and they’ve just started moving into North Carolina. Lucky us! Authentic Cajun food in the Carolinas? I’ll take it. My husband will, too. He really enjoyed the shrimp when he ate it one night last week. (Our late work nights and unexpected events started before Thanksgiving!)
I have visited Louisiana once – many years ago while traveling for work. I remember trying gumbo for the first time. I love that we can experience gumbo in our own home (in the mountains of North Carolina) without the airfare – and I don’t have to worry about the hassle of food prep. These meals are done in less than 10 minutes. (I do recommend giving them a few minutes to cool off – the cook time is really around 5 minutes.)
And since this is the first time Richard’s Cajun Foods is moving into my area, I’m excited to see what other meals they have in store for us. I appreciate tasty, filling and QUICK meals for me and my family. These frozen meals were also very affordable so I was able to stock up recently.
Are you ready to try them? I’m giving away coupons for Richard’s Cajun Foods! Just complete the Rafflecopter widget below and a winner will be selected on December 6.
Do you enjoy Cajun food? What’s your go-to fast meal for busy nights?