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From Gulf Coast Magazine: From costumes and balls to king cakes and parades, there’s a lot that goes into a successful Carnival season. The floats and royalty may be front and center, but plenty of hard work occurs before the pageantry. Meet a few of the crucial experts who make Mardi Gras happen behind the […]
Watch our feature on WGNO! See the full article at wgno.com/2017/02/13/king-cake-of-the-day-pauls-pastry-shop/.
Nan Kelley from One Pan Nan recently published an article and video to document her experience with a Mardi Gras King Cake from Paul’s Pastry Shop! We’ve always gotten our king cakes from Paul’s Pastry Shop in Picayune, Mississippi. Picayune is close to the Mississippi/Louisiana border and they’ve been in business since the 70s. Paul’s […]
From mycentraljersey.com: Feb. 17 marks the culmination of Mardi Gras, an annual festival which commemorates “Fat Tuesday,” the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the 40-day Christian period of sacrifice known as Lent. First celebrated in New Orleans in 1857, Mardi Gras has since become well-known for its flamboyant parades, lively jazz and […]
Paul’s Pastry Shop was honored to be the featured business selected for the eat. drink. MISSISSIPPI magazine’s premier edition. Click the following link to read the full article: eat-drink-ms-pauls-pastry-article
According to Modern Baking, creative thinking ensures Paul’s revenue:Natural disasters can wreak havoc on a bakery’s profits, but they can also make it better by forcing the owners to seek out new business. Paul’s Pastry Shop found itself in just such a situation after Hurricane Katrina. The bakery was in the midst of constructing a […]
Mississippi Business Journal publication posted on AllBusiness.com: PICAYUNE – George and Barbara Bush order their king cakes. Garth Brooks loves them. Trent Lott has king cakes shipped to his U.S. Senate office in Washington. Celebrated Cajun chef Justin Wilson favors them, too. Folks from corporate America to the entertainment business to neighbors frequent Paul’s Pastry […]