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It's time for a drop in with Chef LaKisha Harris from Soul Filled Catering and Private Chef Services!  Mouthwatering?  To say the least!  Adventurous dining?  Always!  The ability to share her even growing presence and ability to help others?  Absolutely paramount!  When we began with LaKisha it was with the idea in mind that adding some excitement, culture and fun to our offerings was a good idea.  We were blessed to find one of the most genuine leaders in Muskegon who not only walks the walk, she brings people together and lifts up all through her work.  We found a miracle on a newer level with LaKisha!

This visit, we're going deep in the soul food department with her guest Chef Sheylon Brown.  Like many of LaKisha's guests, Sheylon is in the catering business and operates on her own with her business "Shey Shey's Southern Shack.  If you get the idea that the cuisine business is booming...you're correct.  You'll hear Shey Shey talking about some of her specialties but today she's working on catfish and cabbage and showing you how to make the pair and leave your diners begging for more!

Give your full attention to today's show.  It's a dining experience steeped in tradition, taste and fun.  Let's get some catfish and cabbage going on the Muskegon Channel. 


Delicious!  We're so excited to be able to offer up these incredible recipes, personalities and incredibly fun ways to get to know our neighbors.  Shaylon is in the middle of some website construction and if you'd like to see what she's offering up day to day or maybe talk about catering, you can find her on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/sheylon.brown.  You'll also find her linked below and of course, the recipe for today's dish follows as well. 

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Shey Shey's Smothered Cabbage

1 head of cabbage, red, green and orange bell peppers (1 of each), 1 pack of bacon, 1 large onion, seasoning salt to taste, garlic powder to taste, onion powder to taste. Combine all ingredients in stock pot, add 2 cups of water, bring to boil, cook for 15; minutes until tender.

Shey Shey's Catfish.

4 catfish filets, Old Bay seasoning to taste.  Yellow cornmeal, vegetable oil. Heat oil to appropriate temp for frying. Pat fish dry, season with Old Bay, coat in cornmeal, deep fry until golden brown.


Find Lakisha at https://www.facebook.com/SoulFilledEatery/ .