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Crawfish Season and Lent: Acadiana’s Love Affair with Seafood
After the revelry of Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Catholic tradition of Lent: a time of reflection, prayer, and fasting. This year, Lent will last from February 22 to April 6. Cajun country has many Catholic roots and traditions, so many Cajuns...
Mardi Gras Prepping: King Cakes and Other Parade Route Goodies
There’s no better time to be in South Louisiana than Mardi Gras season! Kicking off in early January and lasting through Fat Tuesday (the last day before Lent), Mardi Gras is filled with merrymaking, parades, beads and costumes. For most of us however; the star of...
Keep it Cajun: Cajun Food that Fits Your New Year’s Diet
After the holidays and celebrations are over, many people treat the New Year as an opportunity to refocus their goals and start a new diet. Cajun food is a fantastic decadent food that can fit right into the holidays, but when carefully selected and enjoyed in...
A Gift Guide for Cajun Food Lovers
Joyeux Noël—It’s that time of year again! Twinkling lights, smiling families and (most importantly) the smell of all that delicious holiday food coming from the kitchen. Cajun food is a great fit for the holiday season—mostly thanks to the sense of love and care...
Stew Gravy & Meatballs Recipe
We’ve got another Cajun recipe for you to warm your winter months, and it’s another classic Acadiana staple! The recipe for this savory southern icon was submitted by local chef Jesse Rider. It’s usually served over rice, but it’s also right at home on some french...
Sticky Chicken Rice & Gravy
Fall is here at last—and the weather has never been better for some classic Cajun comfort food! The Best Stop in Scott has plenty of classics that are ready for you to grab and enjoy, but if you’re up to the challenge of crafting something yourself at home we’ve got...
Creole and Cajun Food: What’s The Difference?
Creole and Cajun foods have a lot in common, but despite their many shared qualities, they are two entirely different kinds of cuisine. For many of the folks that live in Louisiana, whether they’re in the heart of Cajun Country or near the Port of New Orleans—the...
A Guide to Meat: The 8 Cuts of Chicken
Chickens aren’t just for chasing at Mardi Gras: they’ve been a farming staple for centuries. As a result, chicken has earned its place at the heart of American and Cajun cuisine. The meat is incredibly versatile and complimentary, which makes it a great choice for...
Let’s Get Cookin’
In South Louisiana, our best memories are made in the kitchen and around the table with friends and family. That history and love produce a special quality in Cajun cuisine that you can taste. As we work to provide our authentic boudin and Cajun specialty meats to...
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