Friday, November 20, 2015

Foodie Friday:Jazz, Cajun & Creole!

This will be a short post but well worth your read. I had to tell you about this little place my family and I visited in Columbia, MO--Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen: Cajun and Creole Restaurant!

As I sit here with my fingers on the keys, I'm trying to think of the words to adequately describe my meal. It was just soooo good! LOL The servings were more than generous and we all enjoyed..everything! The staff was friendly and welcoming.

So here's the menu: style="font-family: "georgia" , "times new roman" , serif; font-size: large;">

Foodie Review of Jazz A Louisiana Kitchen by Trinka Polite

My order:
A small bowl of Gumbo
and the reason I'll be visiting again very soon..

Crispy and juicy chicken topped with shrimp and crab parmesan cream sauce over a bed of rice with your choice of veggies!!  I borrowed this pic from my niece who ordered the same thing. My sis ordered blackened catfish. Yep she was jealous of our dishes! lol But that catfish? Delish!

Foodie Review of Jazz A Louisiana Kitchen by Trinka Polite
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To sum up, the food is fresh and divinely appetizing! The atmosphere is fun and the staff is friendly!  Some nights you can even enjoy live music.   According to their website, they're only 5 in the country--Lubbock, TX, Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, Columbia, MO and Omaha, NE.  My sincere apologies to the rest of the United States.

Have you dined at Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen? I'd love to hear from ya in the comments!

Foodie Review of Jazz A Louisiana Kitchen by Trinka Polite

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I’m Trinka Polite! Georgia native! Aunt Extraordinaire (at least I think so)! Lover of divinely delicious food! Servant of God and I gratefully accept my calling as counselor, poet, and speaker. My mission? 

As a counselor, it is to empower you to access your full potential and live more authentically!

As a poet, it is to share words to inspire love, deliverance from hurtful situations and encourage a renewed relationship with God.

As a speaker, it is to provide a dynamic experience which will actively engage you and your group in learning and growing.

My professional background includes over 14 years as a Career Counselor providing education planning and career guidance.  I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia and National Board Certified Counselor with a Master’s degree in Psychology.  My publications include After the Sixth Day: Notes from a Spiritual Journey and Pain is Fertile Ground—poetry collections focused on spiritual awakening and growth.

On a more personal note, the southern lady that I am loves to cook (have you seen my Pinterest board?) and have fun with my family!  Are there any two things that bring more joy to a G.R.I.T.S. (Girl raised in the south)? Lol 

I hope we stay connected because new ventures are on the way to enlighten your mind and to partner with you to chart a course for your success!  

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