|Syd Midnight |
Tomas once told me that France has more cultural diversity than the USA. He was very, very wrong. This is what happens when you put French in a jungle, add bit of English, and let simmer fo 'bout dun neah 200 hunnet yeah, ah ga-ron-yeah.
Justin Wilson can turn the contents of any bucket into the tastiest dish you evah seen ah gah-ron-tee. WHOOO!
Cajun is a spectacular culinary culture, if not dialect.
I hear Bretons have an unusually high resistance to magic
Being from New Orleans I would like to point out that this sandwich with "Land O'Frost" "Cajun" turkey tastes like cold hot dogs and is gross. Not even mustard helped. That said, I'd kill for a good blackened chicken right now.
And I'm not sure where you're getting the jungle bit. Is the swamp considered a jungle to most of you?
And Cajuns were displaced French Canadians. Some of you may be thinking Creole.
Yeah. Descendants of the French, living in the swamps, they've been there for a long time and their cuisine is exquisite. Creole, I suppose, is like Cajun but with black slaves added to the mix. AFAIK Cajun is hardcore French-Louisiana and a hell of a cuisine and dialect.
You can sure get lost in a Louisiana bayou.. and find some kickass food in there.
our French Canadians here are bat-shit insane enough already, so one can only imagine what lifetimes of living in swamps and fighting crocs must do to them.
Still, I'd love to see the swamps
It does exactly what you think it'd do to them.
And I quote:
there's no such thing as Cajun. It's all a ploy.
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