Miss Maude's Spoonbread Too Southern Eats Coupons and Deals
If you only eat at restaurants, you won't have to keep food in the fridge and you'll have more room for the snowman you're not ready to say goodbye to. Keep your kitchen empty and your heart full with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for two entree platters and two drinks (up to a $41.90 total value) $40 for four entree platters and four drinks (up to an $83.80 total value) The menu includes entrees (up to a $17.95 value each) such as southern fried chicken ($12.95), Louisiana catfish ($15.95), and North Carolina barbecue ribs ($14.95). Each entree ...
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Excludes holidays, lunch specials and weekend brunch • Valid only for dine-in • Entire value must be used in a single visit • New customers only • Alcohol has not been discounted more than 50%
Venture south of the Mason-Dixon with a welcome taste of Southern comfort that's been heralded by the likes of The New York Times, New York magazine, and Oprah magazine: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink • Savor classics like Louisiana catfish, BBQ ribs, fried chicken, and more • Or try President Clinton's personal favorite, the Miss Maude Sampler "The best fried chicken in New York" - New York Post Miss Maude's Spoonbread Too's Website
Venture south of the Mason-Dixon with a welcome taste of Southern comfort that's been heralded by the likes of The New York Times, New York magazine, and Oprah magazine, courtesy of Miss Maude's Spoonbread Too: $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink Savor classics like Louisiana catfish, BBQ ribs, fried chicken, and more Or try President Clinton's personal favorite, the Miss Maude Sampler "The best fried chicken in New York" - New York Post
Norma Jean Darden went from fashion model to food maven, bringing her family's country cooking to the big city. Now she has two thriving restaurants and a catering business that's made her the secret weapon of some of New York's savviest party-givers. A leading New York fashion model, Norma Jean Darden graced the pages of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Mademoiselle, Essence & Italian Vogue (among others) and the runways of Halston, Oscar de la Renta, Givenchy and Issey Miyaki. At a party, an editor for Vogue suggested she write a cookbook -- reasoning that since she was from the south (and black) she must have some great family recipes. A model starving to keep her figure, writing a cookbook? Norma thought she was joking. Until the editor called with a publisher for the book, followed by a reporter from the Times who wanted to write a feature. She planned to write about the buttermilk biscuits, fried chicken and sweet potato pie she remembered fondly from childhood family gatherings, but soon realized she hadn't a clue about how to make them. So she joined forces with her sister (and co-author) Carole and the two traveled south -- interviewing relatives and collecting the (now best-selling) bookful of recipes and memories, called "Spoonbread and Strawberry Wine; Recipes and Reminiscences of a Family,." In the process, they realized that cooking became the key to their family history. Offering delicious specialties that span generations of family recipes, Miss Maude's Spoonbread Too will keep you coming back for more. Notable selections include the Smothered Chicken (served with choice of two sides and bread,) North Carolina BBQ Ribs, Miss Maude's Sampler (a smorgasbord of shrimp, ribs, chicken and vegetables in "sample portions") and Miss Maude's Chicken Salad (served with choice of one side.) The family and friends at Miss Maude's looks forward to serving you soon.