Missing the flavors of New Orleans after a cross-country move (and several not-quite-right-jobs), Rob Lippincott decided to bring the flavors of the bayou to Wine Country.
Each Thursday he and wife Karla (the daughter of Costeaux Bakery owner Karl Seppi) whip up jambalaya, gumbo and boudin at the Windsor Farmer’s Market.
“It’s not a glamorous food,” Lippincott says of his southern rice sausage, or boudin, made with alligator, pork or crawfish, “but it’s good.” The couple use family recipes, authentic ingredients and say they’re selling out of their southern specialties each week.
Says the former Healdsburg chef, “I need to stick with what I’m good at.”
Lousiana Legacy Catering at the Windsor Certified Farmer’s Market, Old Downtown Windsor – Town Green, Thursdays from 5 to 8pm through the end of August. 707-237-1286 or email@example.com.Find more restaurants tagged: boudin | gumbo | jambalaya | New Orleans | Windsor