Daisy was born December 3rd, 1916 in Rayne, Louisiana. Mama
born to a French Creole Father and Native American, (Blackfoot) Mother.
Mama Daisy grew up picking cotton but by age thirteen Mama Daisy worked
in a convalescent home and as a maid. Cooking came natural to Mama
Daisy. She became known as the best cook in the city of Rayne, La.Mama
Daisy’s Sunday dinners were known as “Daisy Famous Sunday
Dinners”. Every Sunday Mama Daisy would make enough food to feed
4 to 5
families the meals included her signature fried chicken, fried corn,
greens and red beans and rice. Not, one Sunday went by, without Mama
Daisy famous cakes, pies and pecan candy. In 1980, Mama Daisy moved to
San Diego, Ca. Just like in Rayne, Mama
Daisy became famous for her cooking in the community. She would cook
for her neighbors and for the local hospital staff. Mama Daisy was
loved by everyone in the community. It was Mama Daisy’s dream was
open a restaurant in California. Mama Daisy lived until 1992. Well,
Mama Daisy’s dream will not go unfulfilled! Her grandson Lloyd
Marks-Steven is operating Daisy Cajun Catering & Kitchen.
|Here is a sample of the dishes you
will find at Daisy's. For a complete menu list please click here.
||Cajun Fried Rice
1665 S Rancho Santa Fe Rd Suite B
San Marcos, CA 92078
760 - 510 - 9292
Mon - Closed
Tues - Thurs, Sun:
3:00pm to 8:00pm
Fri - Sat: 3:00pm
|Friday May 11th - Sunday May 13th
Come see us at Gator By The Bay and
sample some of our authentic cajun cuisine! We will be located in the
main food court area. Look for the Daisy's Cajun Kitchen Booth!
|New Web Site Design! We are in the
process of revamping the web site. Stay tuned for detailed information
about Daisy's history, specialized dishes and more!
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