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  • What a surprise to find this cookbook on line this morning. I ws looking for a roast beef recipe for a slow cooker. I just got off a 12 hour shift and feel like waking up to a good smell this afternoon. I used to live in Kaplan 20+ years ago. I picked a recipe by a Alberta Bert LeBlanc (from Kaplan). I used to work in Kaplan with an Alberta, could it possibly be the same person??? Anyway, I've got to go and get the pot roast on. Thanks for this guestbook section...it was a blast from the past for me! Ann Creston, Nebraska
    - Ann Goss Boyd, Creston, Nebraska
  • I moved to Alaska from Slaughter, Louisiana. Now I have a column in our hometown paper called "The Cajun Queen", bringing recipe's to the north. While in Gonzales, La., I won the Jambalaya contest two times and retired as the "Cajun Queen", this is how my column started. I was working as an OR nurse at Gonzales Hospital.
    - Marlene Buccione-Miller, Alaska
  • I moved to Savannah, Georgia after Hurricane Katrina and miss the food dearly! Thank god for this website with real recipes from back home!
    - Genevieve Moyer, Savannah, GA
  • I just love good ole cajun/creole food but in Dallas they think Dirty Rice is rice with brown gravy I don't think so. Today I am making some good ole down home bayou dirty rice. Talk to you later shey.
    - Redgirl1, Dallas by way of Abbeville
  • Hi,I moved here from Scotland 3 years ago after marrying a local. I love Cajun food and I'm learning how to cook it. My Gumbos are pratty good if I say so myself and last night I cooked a shrimp stew.....my husbands verdict....Babe this is really good. The recipes on here will help me keep up the good work.
    - scottycajun48, morgan city Louisiana
  • I couldnt tell you what was authentic or not but from what i've read it all sounds good to me. I love cajun food and I cant wait to start tryin' some of these recipes out! Thanks!
    - cheesehead, Wisconsin
  • I see some real coonass's here and some wannabes! Most of this stuff is not real cajun! Sorry just my opinion!
    - Big Daddy, South
  • Big Daddy, The Boudreauxs and Thibodeauxs of the world seem to be pleased with the authenticity of the recipes on this site. If you are Cajun, do you have some recipes to share along with your opinion? Kthxbai!
    - Chrissy, Kaplan, LA
  • My husband and I have spent many a good time in New Orleans and other small cities and towns in "Cajun' Country". We love cajun food and decided to host a Cajun dinner party for friends. We travel some in our motorhome, so we bought and froze some Boudin and Andouille sausage. Great web site to for recipes, but also wonderful for planning the menu. I'll be a frequent visitor!
    - Marti, Virginia
  • I came across your web site while looking for a recipe for Garfish. I realy enjoyed reading it. My wife is Thai and she enjoys cooking and eating Cajun food. While looking at your Q/A section I saw the one about bee stings. That is also what my grandparents used where I grew up in Southern Illinois down in Little Egypt.
    - Edwin Flowers, Madison In
  • I came across your website while looking for a recipe to make boudin. My family and I are transplanted Cajuns from Lafayette, Louisiana living in Grand Junciton, Colorado. It warmed my heart to find your website. It made me a little less homesick. It seems that Cajuns seem to find each other when they are away from the Mother-Land and that has happened here. Last year, on Good Friday, we flew in live crawfish and had a huge boil for all of our friends, Cajun and not. Everyone had a blast. Now our friends, originally from Thibodaux, are returning the favor and hosting their own crawfish boil this year. With only a few days away, our mouths are watering. As one of my daughters put it, "Mama, I want to go back to Louisiana to go to college because I want to meet and marry a Cajun man and continue my french last name." I couldn't have hoped for better. Happy Easter Cher!
    - Sandra Thibodeaux Corne
  • Great website. I Love Cajun food, unfortuatly am not such a good cook. I'm going to try a couple. Thanks for the recipies!!!
    - Mike - Lancaster Pa, Lancaster Pa
  • Love the recipes i have already tied.
    - Kevin Schimmel, chicago
  • This is terrific. Born in New Orleans,LIved in Chalmette, was evacuated to Arizona,now in Amite cooking Cajun. Thanks.
    - george l. guerra, Louisiana
  • This is terrific. Born in New Orleans,LIved in Chalmette, was evacuated to Arizona,now in Amite cooking Cajun. Thanks.
    - george l. guerra, United States

 
  • I lived in columbia,Miss.for 7 yrs and loved the cultures and food there.Ty,4 bringing my heart and palett home again.Ya'll TC.
    - Regina Hicks aka Panther, Florida/Arizona now
  • i love this site!!!! my friends here in florida are loving a taste of cajun cookin. something you cannot get here in florida. it also reminds me alot of home.
    - danielle, baton rouge/daytona beach
  • enjoyed this site!
    - cc, Lake Arthur,La.
  • Great website. Lots of recipes.
    - SHAUN GUIDRY, SMALL TOWN, LA
  • Just wanted to say, I was looking for something for Marti Gras and stumbled onto this site. Tons of cool recipes. Thankyou.
    - Jacquelyn, Utah
  • I printed out your "Recipe List" to have dinner ideas...Thanks, Y'all gave me some great ideas of things to do with all the crabs we catch!!! Merce! Angie
    - Angie James, Basile, LA
  • It's me again. I think I'm gonna order a few cook books for gifts to my married daughters & one of their mothers-in-law from Scotland who LOVES cajun food. Thanks for saving me lots of writing down recipes..If only those girls would have paid attention!!! Sincerely, Angie/Mom-Maw
    - Angie James, Basile, LA
  • RThis site is amazing... I found it on accident and I absolutely love it!! :)
    - Brie, Knoxville, Tn
  • What a FANTASTIC website!! Well Done!!! Thank you for such an Incredible Resource!! I was born and raised on Long Island in New york, But I do love Cajun food. It's really tough to find "Real" Cajun food on the Island. I completely understand what you mean about Misrepresented and misunderstood. Most people round here think "Cajun" means any food that is absurdly hot. Most people round here also think they know what Barbecue is...'Frid not!! What is done around here is Grilling...BBQ takes the better part of a Day...SLOOOOOW and LOOOOOW(heat). Thanks again!! GRRRRRRRREAT Website!!
    - Dave WhiteEagle, Long Island, New York
  • I love this site because it reminds me of the foods my mother cooked. Each time I get hungry for something she used to cook I come to this site. Keep up the good work.
    - Kassandra, Sulphur,LA
  • Grew up just north of New Orleans and have really missed the food since moving to North Carolina. Love the recipes.
    - Mike, north carolina
  • LOVE the food and comments. America needs more !!!!!!!!
    - Hugh N Mc Whirter
  • My husband and I were living in New Orleans for over two years, and just recently moved back to New Jersey. We've been missing the food tremendously...that is, until I found this website! It's been so much fun, using these recipes, and trying to bring one of our favorite parts of New Orleans back up with us to the frozen north!
    - Alissa, New Jersey
  • Love your site! It would se scary to see how many crawfish i could eat at one time!
    - Philip Fleek, Kentucky
  • As a relocated cajun (22yrs. in lafayette) now in Dallas, Tx. I love your website. I just went to Ville Platte for a funeral and within hours of being there, my accent was back. And i already miss the small town hospitality. I didn't attend the parades for Mardi Gras, but seeing family is way better than any beads. I turned my wife on to real boudin from Don's seafood market in Carencro and she had to take home a 5lbs frozen box of it. thanks for the recipes it brings family closer to me when they can not be around.
    - M Pitre, Dallas TX

 
  • Beautiful site! I lived in Lafayette for 7 years but returned home to the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth, Washington. I miss the culture and how genuine people really were. I was smiling as I was reading thru the recipes.
    - Kris, Willman
  • Thanks so much for this site. I just found it looking for a lost bread recipe, lol!!1 I was raised in Louisiana, and my MawMaw was a true Dictionary.com cajun, lol. I never learned to cook the foods I was raised on and am so blesssed to find this site! Again, thanks so much!!
    - Missy Sinks, Benton, IL
  • From a former 'transplant' who lived in Lake Charles for several years-- Love your site! I am now the "go-to" girl for all things Mardi Gras and Cajun for my friends and co-workers here in OK and your site has been very helpful and informative for us all. Laissez les Bons Temps Roulez, mi Cher! Cin =)
    - Cindy Wilcox, Norman, OK
  • I am so glad to see that someone has taken the initiative to preserve what is truly a unique culture. I currently reside in the Houston, TX area and miss my Louisiana roots, and food, terribly. Thank you for your efforts and God Bless.
    - Yvette Menard-Bryars, New Iberia, LA
  • This website is AWESOME
    - Therese, Albany OR.
  • Just found your site....love it! Will be returning!!! It is great to look at all the recipes......
    - Judy Dutile Bourque, New Iberia, Louisiana
  • lived in Louisiana 15yrs, now in Virginia and had both my children in Eunice Louisiana
    - schlia mitts, eunice la
  • I love this site. I grew up on this wonderful cuisine. All my relatives live in Miss. and La. Every summer as a child I spent eating Gumbos, Ettoufees, shrimp, and crabs cooked in so many different ways imaginable. We would catch our own crabs and fish. It was a great life. It still is!
    - connie marie, pelham, alabama
  • Since I moved home I miss the flavors of some dishes - glad to have found this site - and have been cravin some craw fish terrible
    - Megan Welch, PA - lived in Lacombe for a year and got
  • I used one of the recipes from your site to make my first gumbo. My gumbo was AWESOME! Thanks for the recipes.
    - Michael L, French Settlement
  • Great site, keep up the great work. Thanks again.
    - Pete, N.O., La.
  • Wonderful recipes!
    - Alvin Willis, Berwick, LA
  • Found this site before Christmas. Really do like it. Plan on using it frequently.
    - Rhonda Curry, Austin,Tx
  • I just found this site this morning while I was looking for cracklin recipes.I not only found what I was looking for here but a mess of other recipes I can't wait to give a stir.Thank you for having such a wonderful site to add to my collection.Keep the good food comin'.:)
    - Judy, Littlefield, Texas
  • this is an excellent site, i recommened to all my friends
    - chris, monroe, la

 
  • wow! 5 lbs. that's funny lol
    - chris, monroe, la
  • ME AND FAMILY LOVE GOOD EATING AND I LOVE TO EAT CAJUN AND CREOLE COOKING.I ALSO LOVE TO COOK THIS STYLE FOODS. I HAVE A FEW DISHES THAT I ALREADY COOK BUT I'M TRYING TO EXPAND MY RECIPE LIST. I'VE ENJOYED YOUR WEB SITE AND ABOUT TO TRY A COUPLE OF THE RECIPES. I'M GONNA TRY THE BAYOU BOUNTY CASEROLE AND THE CREAMY CRAWFISH SAUCE PLACED OVER PAN FRIED TALAPIA SOAKED IN MILK AND BATTERED WITH FLOUR SEASONED WITH MY FAVORITE SPICES. SERVED WITH FRENCH BREAD ON THE SIDE
    - Larry Milliken, Atmore Al
  • After graduating from LSU last year, I decided to move to Rhode Island. The first time I went home to visit, I flew back to RI with 5 lbs of Lejeune's sausage, 5 lbs of boudin, and my cast iron pot. Airport security wasn't amused, but I everything made it back with me!
    - Rachel, Eunice, LA
  • My dad showed me this site
    - Theres, Albany, OR
  • I found this website while looking for a King's Bread recipe and found a wealth of other recipes I can't wait to try!
    - Traci S., Los Angeles, CA
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