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Creole vs. Cajun Cooking - Southern Food - About.com
The similarities between Creole and Cajun cuisines are due to the French heritage of both cultures, and the new ingredients to which French cooking techniques ...
Creole or Cajun Seasoning Recipe - Southern Food - About.com
Creole seasoning blend with garlic powder and cyenne pepper, along with salt and paprika. An easy Creole or Cajun seasoning recipe.
Collection of Cajun Cuisine Recipes - Southern Food - About.com
Louisiana and Cajun recipes, including recipes for gumbos, crawfish, roux, jambalaya, and ... I've assembled a list of my very favorite Cajun and Creole salads.
New Orleans Cajun and Creole Culture - About.com
Cajun and Creole music, food, and language share a great deal, particularly through their shared French origins, but they do have their distinctive properties,  ...
Difference Between Cajun Music and Zydeco?
Pre-World War I Cajun and Creole Music: Bands were still frequently of mixed races at this time. A legendary duo of this era was accordionist Amede Ardoin (a  ...
Cajun and Creole Vegetarian Recipes - Vegetarian Food - About.com
Cajun and Creole Vegetarian Recipes - Vegetarian Cajun - Vegan Creole Foods.
Cajun Recipes and Creole Recipes - Mardi Gras Recipes
If you have arrived here via a search engine, do not miss the full informational article on Mardi Gras which includes history and insight on Cajun and Creole ...
What Is Jambalaya? - Food Reference - About.com
Although every family has its own recipe for jambalaya, there are two main categories: Cajun and Creole. The difference lies in the order in which the ingredients ...
Top Ten Creole and Cajun Salads - Southern Food - About.com
I've assembled a list of my very favorite Cajun and Creole salads. Creole and Cajun cookery offers an endless supply of salads: starchy favorites like potato and ...
Creating a Creole Kitchen: The Essentials
Creoles are fiercely proud of their particular culture and heritage, which they consider more sophisticated than that of their Cajun country cousins. Creole culture ...
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