Holy Spirit Spring Bouja – Sunday, April 21, 2013
Bouja is a thick soup of unknown origin that occurs throughout the Upper Midwest region in the United States. It often takes many days to prepare and has to go through a vivid cooking cycle. Bouja can sell out very quickly so be sure to get yours early!
$11.00 per gallon
$6.00 per half gallon
$3.00 per quart
You can only purchase Bouja at the Bouja Shack and it is a first-come-first-served basis. The shack is located in the parking lot behind the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School. You can bring your own container or purchase a gallon pail for $2.00 when you buy your soup. Always be sure to include your name on your container. Bouja is available to purchase after 5:30 am until they are sold out. Your container will need to stay there until around 9:00 am. The Bouja is done cooking around that time, so your container will then be filled and ready for pick up! You are able to pre-purchase your Bouja, but will need to pay a maximum 50% of the costs at the time of reservation. During hunting season it sells out very quickly, so be sure to stop by early!