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  • Always trying recipes from here. Born and raised eating this kinda food!!!
    - Piper Soileau, Opelousas LA

  • - Antica Taylor
  • You used to have a place on each recipe that gave you information as to how much it took to prepare meals for so many people. It was so handy and really worked for me. please let me know just where i can find this information email [email protected]
    - Al Daspit , Lafayette, La. 70503
  • I was transplanted for 25 yrs in Baton Rouge and I miss it so much....I want to come back home but I have a job to do here in TX and that is to make sure that my precious sister never has to go into a nursing home as long as she lives, I want that as badly as I want to serve m Lord, but please pray that one day I can come back to the place that I called home and that is still so good to me. Thank you for these wonderful recipes and a trip back down memory lane for me....Bless ya'll.....Helen
    - Helen Allard, Sherman TX
  • I was born and raised in Church Point, La. I cook as much as I can of the Cajun foods but my only problem is when I cook I have to leave out garlic because a lady I give food to is allergic to garlic. Yes, that is weird in my Cajun book.
    - Marie Hardy, Jasper, Tx.
  • being a Cajun girl I'm always putting a twist to all my cooking. wish there was a do you think this will work section, for recipes we think up, to ask this author her opinion.
    - Lannie Touchet, transplanted from New Iberia, lA
  • Have been to New Orleans 1 time and love the people and the food. Can't at to go back. For now trying to learn cajun cookin
    - Vicki Brunshwiler, Morgan Hill, CA
  • I love Cajun recipes, but they gave me diabeetus.
    - Bret Michaels, Scottsdale, AZ
  • My family came through eastern Canada from France and settled in Wisconsin. Others migrated south to St. Louis area and then to New Orleans.
    - Bruce DeGuire, Paris, TN
  • I recently moved from South Louisiana to Wyoming and am missing the southern cooking some bad when I came upon your site. Thank you for posting these so my family and I can get a little taste of "home".
    - Amanda Knight, Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • I was just surfing the net for a boiled cookie recipe, and came across this website. Now I can make cookies for family and friends!
    - Jana, Texas
  • I would just like to thank you for the recipes that are on your site. My grandmother has been the keeper of the good recipes and she suddenly had a stroke. I thought I would never introduce my kids to the great southern foods. I have a ball using the recipes and every bite brings back a good memory. I also enjoy the site of my family laying around rubbing their stomachs. lol
    - Laura A
  • Love your site -- love Cajun food. Louisiana is my second home; thanks for all the great recipes that make me feel like I'm there again! :)
    - Leslie Cooper, Oklahoma
  • Great site! I took a course on Caajun cooking from Ms. J Miller of Iota. The first thing I learned is that Cajun does not mean smothered in cayenne or hot sauce. The blend of flavors is the KEY or secret. I am sure that I will enjoy cooking my way through your recipes....Merci!
    - Bob Stroud, Wilmington, NC
  • Great website!!! I'm also excited to become a "Fan" on Facebook. I'm curious to know why the Crowley Rice Festival isn't listed. I have a friend in New York who absolutely loves when I send her Cajun recipes...I'll send her a link to your site...she'll love it!! Have a great week~~God Bless!!
    - Tara, Crowley, LA

 
  • i lived in kaplan many years my kids born in kaplan hospital , i love recipes , thanks still have friends and family there , love cooking
    - donna orr, monroe la
  • I like some of your recipes better than the ones in BH&G! I have work all my life and now that I'm not working I'm going alot of cooking,so I'm guess I can say that I'm learning to cook.Thank You for all the great recipes!!!
    - Diane, Lake Saint Louis,Mo
  • Love this site just found it and i love it.. Born and raised Cajun ,
    - Wanda C., Hathaway , La
  • I like Cajun food.. but look for the simple recipes that focus on the basics. Not a full complement of ingredients, like Zatarain's, etc here in Argentina. So.. you're doing a public service... Thanks
    - Jim, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • I;m gonna try to cook and eat it all!!
    - Mike and Bev Dronet, Jennings,La.
  • I love the recipes I've gotten from this site, I am a Home Econ. teacher and used several of the recipes for a luncheon my students prepared for the entire faculty and staff of my school, they got rave reviews!
    - B Morris, Oklahoma
  • The recipes that I've obtained from this site are very good and tasty.I have tried several dishes and they all taste very good. I'll continue to utilize this site.
    - Shonda Riley, New Orleans
  • Love this site but I love the recipes even more!!!!!
    - Karen, Luling
  • I haven't seen a recipe that didn't sound good.
    - Rich Anserson, Hartford City, Indiana
  • great recipes
    - caesar allen, atlanta
  • I HAVEN'T TRIED A RECIPE ON THIS SITE I DIDN'T LIKE.
    - SHANNON FONTENOT, OPELOUSAS,LA
  • Good job with the recipes! I made the simple dish of sweet potatoes with brown sugar, syrup. Never again will I go through the trouble of sweet potato souffle! Today I made the Gumbo Burgers from p. 81. Yummy! Tout bon!
    - Maria, Kaplan
  • I Love this site. It is always helpful and the recipes are always delicious!!
    - Aurora Toups, Winnsboro, LA
  • real fun & useful site.I like to brouse.
    - paul jessen, Lake Charles
  • i was born in Lafayette, raised in crowley. lived here all my life. 2 things i wish for...cooler weather and snow in the winter...living down here its practically summer year round and u can forget about snow...the most u will see is a few flakes...thats it. other than that...luv it here!
    - Trish Hoffpauir, Crowley La

 
  • I was born in Abbeville, La. and raised in Kaplan, moved to wa. 24 years ago. am here for a 3month vist
    - Mary Lou McMicheal, washington state
  • Cooking and cold beer now that's Louisiana!!!!!!!
    - Mike Young, Bunkie,La
  • Just passin' through, thought I'd look around. My mother's side ancestry is Richard/Cooper from Jennings/Elton area. I'm in Nashville, TN now by way of Denver. Interesting to see how many people are dying to be Cajun now. When I was growing up in the 50's and 60's, it wasn't cool to be Cajun and there was no bi-lingual education. I spent years in the Galliano/Golden Meadow area and I think back to those days. I can remember there were two directions, up d' bayou and down d' bayou. Ted
    - Ted Wallace, Kinder/Reeves
  • HELLO EVEYONE, i CANT SEEM TO LOG A NEW RECIPE ON THE SITE. ANYONE KNOW WHY?? THANKS KEN
    - ken, NEDERLAND TX.
  • would recommend to anyone...If you ask for a recipe, they will find you one.
    - pat & sandy welch, denham springs la
  • Great Site! Now we've just got to muster up the courage to try making some beignets on our own!
    - rosemary & neil, san diego, ca
  • born and raised in lafourche parish; but for the last 2 years i've been traveling the U.S. and there's no place like home and the food back home.your web site helps me with my amature cooking expertice.
    - Doug, Choupic, La.
  • born and raised in lafourche parish; but for the last 2 years i've been traveling the U.S. and there'sno place like home and the food back home.your web site helps me with my amature cooking expertice.
    - Doug, Choupic, La.
  • My heritage is Coon-ss. I'm very proud but have lived all over and love to teach my girls cajun cooking. this is an awesome place to go for the best food ideas......Let the good times roll.
    - Shirley M Musgrove, austin tx
  • I love this site. I once lived in the Shrevsport area while stationed at Barksdale AFB. I fell in love with "Cajun" Food. I love to cook and try new recipes and add my variations to them. When ever and where ever I travel I always look for Resturants that serve a Cajun cusine. I will continue to come bak to this web site and look for interesting recipes.
    - Kevin Heatherly, Anchorage Alaska
  • I love this site. I once lived in the Shrevsport area while stationed at Barksdale AFB. I fell in love with "Cajun" Food. I love to cook and try new recipes and add my variations to them. When ever and where ever I travel I always look for Resturants that serve a Cajun cusine. I will continue to come bake to this web site and look for interesting recipes.
    - Kevin Heatherly, Anchorage Alaska
  • I love this website. I love cajun food! I lived in Houma, LA as a child and have many great memories of the cajun cousine. I will used this website often!
    - Meredith Bentley, Gainesville, Tx
  • This site is not fonky!
    - Tont Crunch, Kaplan, LA
  • I AM GLAD I FOUND THIS WEBSITES. I MISS NEW ORLEANS FOOD AND RECIPES. I LOVE CAJUN COOKING AND CREOLE COOKING. I WILL BE BUY- ING THE COOKBOOK SOON. THANK YOU.
    - CATHEY HAYNES, JACKSONVILLE AL
  • I miss the La food. Excited to find this web site. Friends are always wanting me to cook LA food. Nice to get new recipes.
    - sylvia, tn(raised in La)

 
  • So glad I found this site - love to cook but run out of ideas of what to cook - Thanks!
    - Laura Devillier, Eunice, La.
  • i enjoyed this sight i was looking for differenmt recipies and i came to the right place.i be back soon.
    - janice johnson, conroe texas
  • Thank you for the blackend seasoning recipe. I really miss living on the gulf coast.
    - robert, Texas
  • I love this website they have so many great recipes!!!!! I am always an hit at every party when I bring a dish using "real cajun recipe"'s website! Thank You
    - Karen Hymel, St. Charles Parish
  • I come back to you web site every single day to view your tips. Just ordered you cookbook - I know I won't be disappointed. The Hotter and Spicer the happier I am. I'll be back to let ya'll know how my first recipe from the book went. Plan on using something out of it for the Tobey Keith Concert -tailgating party...
    - Punky, CT
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