Jambalaya - The Jackson's Place Series


Jambalaya - the traditional rice dish of New Orleans.  This series wouldn't be complete without the inclusion of this culinary staple.  Jambalaya ingredients can vary from chicken, sausage, seafood, or any mixture of the three. It is known for the bold flavor and spice. The Dictionary of American Food and Drink states that the dish was born late one night when a traveler arrived at a New Orleans Inn long after dinner had been served. According to the story, the inn’s cook, a man named Jean, was told to “balayez,” or “throw something together” to feed the man. The results were delicious and the name later evolved to “Jambalaya.”


This piece is 19 1/4" by 14 and includes hand-sculpted, hand painted and kiln-fired glaze along with mirror pieces that pop in the grey-grouted background.  A uniquely-perfect piece for any restaurant or home.  The piece is supported with a hand-crafted custom powder-coated metal frame with hanger. It is ready for instant hanging or installation -- inside or out. 


Price inlcudes tax, but does not include shipping and handling: Must contact seller for shipping arrangements and cost - via email at juliebendermosaics@gmail.com or phone at (310) 809-3395. The piece can be seen in person at Jackson's Place Restaurant, San Pedro, CA.  Installation arrangements can be made, as well. Please inquire. 

Jambalaya - The Jackson's Place Series

SKU: Jamba_001
    • Handmade item: Hand-molded glazed ceramic tiles, mirrored tiles, kiln-fired.
    • Materials: Hand-made tile is adhered to cement board. Grey grout. A sturdy, black, powdered coated metal frame has a hanging bracket to make installation easy. This piece can be installed inside or outside. 
    • Ships within the continental United States, tax inlcuded in price. 

© 2016 by JULIE BENDER, Artist  Created by Shelly Beres

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