The Tradition of Fish Fry Fridays

In our household, there’s nothing like a nicely golden battered piece of basa or catfish on Friday. We can eat fish anytime of the week, but for some reason Friday seems to be that day that it tastes especially good.

Coming from a catholic culture, many Creoles can attest to the tradition of coming together on a Friday night to break fish, and eat potato salad, maybe even barbecued ribs, and drink of kool aid on the side (the kool aid is of course optional). Perhaps it was God that made the day especially set up to enjoy the end of the working week with some succulent fried fish.

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Superfoods | Why We Love Them

Greens, like broccoli, kale, brussel sprouts, collards, mustards, chards, bok choy are all excellent examples of foods that help promote a healthy brain, and is considered anti-inflammatory rich in vitamin k and vitamin A, which works wonders with keeping inflammation down in your body.

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Happy New Year Creedies!

Creole Creed wants to thank all of you that have been supporters from day one on our journey to provide, quality and delicious meals throughout the bay area. We now will be expanding our brand to include our own spice line, food blogs and vlogs, interviews with other food entrepreneurs and  enthusiast, food reviews, food demos and tutorials, newsletters and cook books.

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Five Best Practices For Pop-Up Restaurants

Creole Creed's residency at the Plum Cocktail Bar in Oakland, was extremely learning-intensive. The popup was a moment of firsts: the first opportunity that Creole Creed landed as an officially incorporated business, and the first popup extended to an outside food vendor at the Plum Cocktail Bar.

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