New Orleans Style Gumbo with Okra, Chicken and Rice
As a nod to the Deep South, Good to Go has created a lightweight, dehydrated version of the Creole classic, Chicken Gumbo. Theirs is a traditional gumbo: a thick stew loaded with chicken and okra, the “holy trinity” of green bell pepper, onion and celery, flavored with filé and spices, served up with long grain rice. A great way to jazz up any adventure, you’ll swear it’s homemade.
Traditional ingredients such as okra and filé powder
Long grain white rice
Cayenne pepper for its heat and metabolism-boosting properties
3-year shelf life
Good To-Go was founded by Jennifer Scism, accomplished chef and long-time co-owner of Annisa, a nationally recognized restaurant in New York’s Greenwich Village. Jen’s career has long been focused on the importance of good food. She has cooked at NY Times 4-star rated restaurants, traveled to over 20 countries studying regional foods, and has beaten the Iron Chef, Mario Batali, on the TV Food Network’s Iron Chef program. It’s safe to say she knows good food. She also loves adventure. With her husband and Good To-Go’s co-founder, David Koorits, the two enjoy exploring the backcountry with pole, pedal, paddle and feet.
Every meal is handmade by chefs whose focus is creating the most delicious meals, to be enjoyed wherever your adventures take you.