Sunday Dinner Tickets in Small Towns by Pepper Phillips

Final AoMS post of the month, goodbye July, hello August and a new month of blogs from the ladies on Main Street!

Authors of Main Street

When you live in a small town in Louisiana, you will be approached to buy a Sunday dinner ticket.

Itโ€™s usually Civic Organizations, Churches, Special Interest Groups and the meals are generally the same.

BBQ Chicken, and/or Pork. dirty rice, baked beans and coleslaw. A slice of white bread or maybe a roll and thatโ€™s dinner.

Every now and then there are fried catfish dinners. You might get French fries with that or maybe not.

The dinner comes in a white plastic plate with a folded cover, which they ask local businesses to donate. They also ask for donations of all the ingredients.

Cost? ย The price has gone up through the years and is generally $7 or $8 dollars apiece.

Every now and then you get really lucky and can get a piece of cake to go with it.

There are a few food establishments where you can purchase aโ€ฆ

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