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Creole peoples - Wikipedia

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The term Creole and its cognates in other languages — such as crioulo, criollo, creolo, créole, kriolu, criol, kreyol, kreol, kriol, krio, etc. — have been applied to people in diff...

Cultural Catholicism in Cajun-Creole Louisiana - Folklife in Louisiana

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In southern Louisiana, however, cultural Catholicism may be a better ... of European Catholic heritage-people who shared not only a common religion, but also a ... Cajun and Creole traditional religious practices do not, in themselves, set off ...

Creoles - History, The first creoles in america, Acculturation and ...

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In the West Indies, Creole refers to a descendant of any European settler, but .... For many years, Louisiana Creole was predominantly a language of rural blacks in southern Louisiana. ..... Ethnic programs featuring Cajun and Zydeco music.

Orientation - Black Creoles of Louisiana - World Culture Encyclopedia

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Black Creole culture in southern Louisiana derives from contact and synthesis in the ... In the French colony of Louisiana, it originally referred to European ... Although many Creoles reject Cajun sociocultural dominance reflected in the naming ...

What's the Difference Between Cajun and Creole? - A Well ...

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Dec 5, 2014 ... A Lesson in Southern Cooking… ... Louisiana, a Creole is one whose parents immigrated from Europe. ... Tags: Cajun, Creole, southern food.

Cajun and Creole Cuisine | Southern Louisiana Comfort Food

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Creole and Cajun cuisine is often thought of as nearly interchangeable -- and ... From Europe they brought with them their traditional cooking style and being of ...

Cajun or Creole? – Intelligent Travel

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Oct 4, 2012 ... Some locals may call it Creole, but you won't hear them call it Cajun. ... Orleans — a syrupy Southern accent with a slightly French inflection — is pure fiction. ... LaFleur said Cajun Carnival is steeped in old European tradition.

New Orleans Restaurants - Usmenuguide

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Broussard's Continental / Creole / European / French French Quarter ... Chops Bistro & Martini Bar Creole / Cajun / Southern / Steakhouse / Seafood Metairie

Difference Between Cajun and Creole Food - Free Tours by Foot

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The Cajuns settled in the more southern central part of Louisiana where ... Creoles were the first settlers, mostly French, born in the colony of European descent.

Cajun or Creole? It's All Great! - New Orleans

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New Orleans Cajun and Creole cuisine and the differences between these ... food, found along the bayous of Louisiana, a combination of French and Southern ... Creole food is “city food,” created in New Orleans with European, African and ...