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Curly's Pub To Feature Special Cajun Dishes All Season Long



All season long the Packers are celebrating the 10th anniversary season of the Super Bowl XXXI Championship, and in honor of that game being played in New Orleans, Curly's Pub is joining the festivities by offering a special Cajun menu item each week of the season.

Kicking off the culinary treat is Catfish Louisianne, an entrée consisting of two six-ounce farm-raised catfish fillets, dusted with cornmeal and lightly fried. It is served with shrimp étouffée and rice pilaf.

"We thought a weekly Cajun special would be a fun way to add to the 10th Anniversary celebration," said Leo Dominguez, head chef for Levy Restaurants at Lambeau Field. "Many Packers fans love Cajun dishes and we've got some great recipes lined up for the season. It will be another exciting part to this season. We're looking forward to it."

In addition to the special menu items in Curly's, the team's 10th anniversary of the Super Bowl season is being celebrated with a commemorative logo that appears on game tickets, programs and merchandise, as well as a commemorative pin program, a re-release of the season's highlight film on DVD and look-back stories on the team's Web site,

Featured Item (Week of:)

09/04: Catfish Louisianne

09/11: Chicken and Andouille Gumbo

09/25: Fried Shrimp Po Boys

10/02: Blackened Filet Mignon w/ Crawfish cream sauce

10/09: Grilled Chicken Breast w/ Sauteed Crawfish Tail and Andouille Sausage

10/16: Cajun Muffaletta Sandwich

10/23: Blackened Salmon Caesar Salad

10/30: Catfish Po Boy

11/06: Banana's Foster

11/13: Catfish Louisianne

11/20: Blackened Sirloin w/ Fried Shrimp and Creole Sauce

11/27: Seafood Stuffed Catfish Fillet

12/04: Crawfish Bisque

12/11: Cajun Pork Chops w/ Mashed Sweet Potatoes

12/18: Blackened Chicken Creole

12/24: Crispy Cajun Duck Breast

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