For Southerners like Chef Clay Caldwell food is passion. It’s part of the southern community; the bloodline. Every day at mo’Betta Gumbo in Loveland, Colorado, Chef Clay shares his passion for food and serves up Southern Cajun and Creole dishes inspired from his family’s original recipes and enhanced by his culinary expertise.
mo’Betta signature dishes exquisitely fuse classic Cajun, Creole and soul food recipes with the creative culinary style his past. Chef has flown in hand selected seafood to complement the shrimp étouffée, crab cake po’ boys, and fried oysters to jambalaya and gumbo, guests at mo’Betta enjoy a trip into flavor-town with every bite.
Chef Clay shares, “Many of the recipes come directly from my family table, but I’ve brought in certain new elements, like adding the Asiago cheese in my signature shrimp and grits.” The original shrimp and grit recipe was my mother’s — a special dish we enjoyed every year at Christmas. I’ve brought this savory, southern classic to the mo’Betta tables so our guests today can indulge in the rich flavors and experience a taste of my childhood.
If you’re cravin’ Southern Food, you don’t have to hop a plane to the deep south. Right here in Loveland, you’ll find some of the best Southern, Cajun, Soul Food, and Creole meals. Begin your meal with a signature starter of hush puppies or fried green tomatoes before digging into a signature main dish. One of the most popular signature dishes is the catfish louisianne. It’s a farm raised catfish fillet served over rice, smothered in crawfish etoufee. It’s so good, it will make you push your momma in the creek!
It’s not only in our name, mo’Betta’s gumbo is in Chef Clay’s DNA.
mo’Betta Gumbo offers guests the opportunity to sit down, relax, and enjoy southern comfort food like the unforgettable Mac-and-Cheese Anyway. Chef Clay takes mac-and-cheese to the next level with his smooth and creamy cheddar cheese sauce, but that’s not where the deliciousness ends. Now, imagine that heavenly mac-and-cheese topped with shrimp, crawfish, bacon, chicken, or andouille sausage, that’s decadence.
Add a side of Sweetheart Corn Pudding, a signature dish as sweet as candy, it’s the perfect complement to the savory and spicy goodness of jambalaya or gumbo. This special recipe is from the Chef’s wife, Tina, and is one not to be missed. For dessert, don’t forget to try the beignets, a southern classic, or a warm bananas foster bread pudding, a crowd favorite.
Can’t get enough of mo’Betta Gumbo southern comfort food? Share it with your friends, family, and colleagues for your next special event. For catering in Loveland, Colorado, choose mo’Betta Gumbo for all your Southern, Cajun, Soul Food, and Creole favorites, from gumbo to jambalaya and more. We also cater weddings, graduations, meetings, and other events.