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Enjoy a rendezvous with the past. Settled in 1720, the town of Washington is the third oldest settlement in Louisiana. In 1900, the last steamboat left Washington, and since that time other areas in the state have surpassed the little community on Bayou Courta... more.
Judges for the event were Chef Randy Cheramie, director of the John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University; Chef Jason Huguet, owner of Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant in Washington, Louisiana; and husband-and-wife chefs Cody and Samantha Carroll, owners of Hot Tails Restaurant in New Roads, Louisiana, and Sac Au Lait Restaurant in New Orleans.
Jason Huguet, Chef/Owner of Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant
Author: Jason Huguet, Chef/Owner Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant
Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant chef and owner Jason Huguet's Eggplant Belle Rose. Huguet will be one of the chefs featured at the annual Opelousas Catholic Tasters' Dinner.
Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant chef and owner Jason Huguet's Eggplant Belle Rose. Huguet will be one of the chefs featured at the annual Opelousas Catholic Tasters' Dinner. Jason Huguet, owner and executive chef of Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant, intertwines tradition with trendy and simple with sophisticated at his restaurant in the tiny town of Washington. Unlike so many Acadiana-area residents, however, Huguet did not grow up cooking with his family. Huguet first started working at Steamboat Warehouse as a busboy and dishwasher in high school. Huguet said the only reason he ended up in the restaurant's kitchen was for the opportunity to earn extra money. Noticing Huguet's natural talent and interest in cooking, the restaurant's owner offered to put Huguet through culinary school. "It all just fell into place, without me trying, without me asking," Huguet said. "I went to culinary school at Nicholls State (University). It was the Chef John Folse Culinary School. It was the first degree in culinary arts in the nation." Huguet has now been with Steamboat Warehouse for 19 years and has owned the restaurant for the past six of those years. For the past several years, he has accepted invitations to participate in the Opelousas Catholic Tasters' Dinner, Auction and Culinary Competition. He has once more accepted the invitation to compete in this year's event, to be held Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the Opelousas Civic Center. Huguet plans to make a shrimp and tasso penné pasta tossed in a cream sauce with herbs and parmesan cheese. His dish will compete in a people's choice competition against the area's top restaurants such as Blue Dog Café, Catahoula's Grand Coteau, Fezzo's Seafood and Steakhouse and Zea Rotisserie and Grill. "Most importantly, it's a time for me to give back to my alma mater. I graduated from O.C.," Huguet said. Jason Huguet, owner and executive chef of Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant, intertwines tradition with trendy and simple with sophisticated at his restaurant in the tiny town of Washington. Unlike so
Jason Huguet, owner and executive chef of Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant, intertwines tradition... - 11:00 pm
Chef Jason Huguet