Heritage Family Seafood Bases

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For Easy Holiday Entertaining
or an Authentic Cajun Family Night!

Check out our Heritage Seafood Bases at your nearest Kroger Frozen Seafood Section.

Just add 1 lb. of shrimp or your favorite seafood.
Serve over Rice or Pasta, Simmer and you’re done…
Just that Easy!

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Gumbo Base / Creole Cream Base / Etouffee Base / Cajun Alfredo Base / Jambalaya Base
Seafood Bisque

18 responses to “Heritage Family Seafood Bases”

  1. Barbara Chancey says:

    I have eaten both the creole and the etouffee sauce. I am single, so I just break the fozen package in half I lived in Houston for 28 years and one of the things I miss is seafood. Thank you.


  2. Lori Metcalf says:

    Where can I buy or order the seafood bases in the Seattle WA or Columbus Ohio areas?

    I have a bunch of friends who are interested in purchasing after tasting some of the bases at a party in Dallas Texas.

  3. LISA HARRIS says:

    What happened to the Cioppino Base? Wasn’t there also another one that was tomato based? Maybe it was the Cioppino. Whatever it was, it was only 80 per serving and was yummy. The Gumbo would have to be my favorite. The creole base is good too. I haven’t tried the seafood cream based one yet.

  4. susan hargenrater says:

    do you cook the seafood first on the Etouffee Base

  5. Jan says:

    I don’t. I bring the base to a low boil, add shell on shrimp, and cook for 6 minutes. This ensures that the shrimp is not overcooked.

  6. Jan Hoffman says:

    I don’t. I bring the base to a low boil, add shell on shrimp, and cook for 6 minutes. This ensures that the shrimp is not overcooked.

  7. Tom says:

    What happen to the Fisherman’s Wharf base? That was a tomato based base and was the best! It was very good and hearty. Please bring back the Fisherman’s base if that was what it was called.
    Anyone else remember that one?

  8. Bertha Pitts says:

    The Etouffee base is the best I’ve tried. Was always able to find it at Kroger markets, now the only bases they carry are Gumbo and Jambalaya. Is there another market that carries the ptoduct in the Memphis market area or even in the Mississippi market in Desoto county. Any help in finding your product would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

  9. Ruth Finkelstein says:

    I am concerned that my local Kroger’s is not carrying your brand anymore. I was there this past Saturday and grabbed the last etouffee base. They have not had the chiappiano for over a year. I asked if there would be a re-order of the etouffee and the fish market representative was not sure. Can I purchase directly from you?

  10. Ronald Rora says:

    Can I purchase the seafood bases online. I haven’t been able to locate any in the kroger’s in The Atlanta Ga reigon. Thxs

  11. MFM says:

    Does anyone know if they sell these products in OKC? We used to purchase them at Kroger’s when we lived in Grand Prairie/Mansfield.

    It would be nice if this company was a little more proactive in answering questions on a blog on their website.

  12. Pam Jones says:

    Hello Sam, do you have either a Brookshires, Albertsons or Rouse’s Market near you? They also sell these items.

    Oh, and have you seen the new packaging yet? Kroger asked that it be packaged now in cups, so if you haven’t seen those yet you might need to look for the cups rather than the pouches. Hope this helps.

  13. Carol says:

    I was just told by Kroger’s that the Gumbo base is being discontinued. I love the frozen base. So convenient and awesome flavors. Why?

  14. Please tell me where I can purchase. I have to have this for the Holidays. I made the gumbo for my parents and my Dad has been talked about it since.

  15. Ellen says:

    Where can I buy your products in the 70816 zip code? Jambalaya, Gumbo base.

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