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Ingredients and Spices in Cajun Cuisine

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The History of Cajun Cooking

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Vermilion Bay Crabs


Vermilion Bay Crabs
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It’s time to head out to catch some crabs on Marsh Island, an uninhibited low-lying marshy island between Vermilion Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Just in case you aren’t familiar with this beautiful pla..

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Wall Street Journal Article 2004


Wall Street Journal Article 2004
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"Poultry in Motion" Turduckens -- Cajun Combos -- Fly In by Mail for Our Test; Where's Bird's Inner Chicken? By ALEXANDRA WOLFE Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL November 12, 2004; Page ..

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WARMING UP WITH CHILI


WARMING UP WITH CHILI
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The one and only time I judged a chili cook-off in Texas I thought I would have to report to the emergency room at the local hospital. I opted instead to return to my motel room where I collapsed on m..

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What Is Mardi Gras?


What Is Mardi Gras?
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"Laissez les bons temps rouler!" is something we say often in South Louisiana, especially as the New Year comes and we prepare to celebrate Mardi Gras. It means, "Let the good times roll!" You see, th..

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What Makes it Cajun?


What Makes it Cajun?
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Here in Louisiana, good food and good times are an essential part of our culture. We don't just cook special meals for birthday or holiday celebrations, either. The Cajun people embrace fine eating 36..

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Who was Jean Lafitte?


Who was Jean Lafitte?
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Jean Lafitte: an American pirate or national hero? When and where he was born is unclear, and when and where he died is a mystery. And yet, he remains one of the most recognized names and talked about..

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Wild Rice Dressing


Wild Rice Dressing
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WILD RICE DRESSING Makes 6 to 8 servings 1 pound fresh pork sausage, removed from the casing and crumbled 2 packages (7-ounce each) long grain and wild rice mix, prepared according to package direct..

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Wild Rice Torres and Cauliflower Casserole


Wild Rice Torres and Cauliflower Casserole
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For side dishes, may I suggest this wild rice recipe that pairs nicely with wild game. WILD RICE TORRES Serves 6 to 8 1 pound pork breakfast sausage, or fresh Italian sausage removed from the casings..

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Yams, A Fall Favorite


Yams, A Fall Favorite
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Fall is also the season for one of my favorite foods----sweet potatoes, or yams as we call them in south Louisiana. When I was in elementary school, my mother always had a warm, baked potato waitin..

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YOU NEED THESE!


YOU NEED THESE!
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Sometimes you need to toot your own horn and this is one of those times. Maybe some of you are great cooks, and then again, some of you may need some help. I recommend any and all of the cookbooks we ..

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