Gordo's Blog

Happy Thanksgiving From Gordo’s Cheese Dip

Can you image how much better that first Thanksgiving would have been if Gordo’s Cheese Dip had been around in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621? First off, that little problem of communication between the Pilgrims and the Indians would have been ... Read It

The Top Ten Food Groups for American Families

What are you and your family eating more of these days than you were ten years ago? If you’re like the most of the rest of the United States,your taste buds are tingling from more yogurt, pizza and chicken sandwiches. ... Read It

Pass the Boudin and Gordo’s Chere

If you’ve ever spent any time in the state of Louisiana, you know that at any given time, without any notice whatsoever, some kind of a festival will likely break out. It could be a music festival, shrimp festival, oyster ... Read It