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Cajuns - Wikipedia

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Cajuns are an ethnic group mainly living in the U.S. state of Louisiana, consisting of the .... Non-Acadian French Creoles in rural areas were absorbed into Cajun ... marked a high-point for the Caj...

Louisiana's Three Folk Regions - Folklife in Louisiana

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Once Europeans arrived, New Orleans was governed, at different times, by the .... But more recently (in the early 1950s) the mix of Cajun and Creole culture created ... and blues with Cajun & black Creole music and with country & western .

Introduction to Cajun, Louisiana Creole & zydeco music

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Cajun, Louisiana Creole & Zydeco Music Search home ... The musical movement known as Western swing also had an enormous influence on Cajun music. Cajuns ... Creole could refer to anyone of European parentage born in Louisiana.

10 Best Cajun & Creole Restaurants in Chicago - TripAdvisor

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Best Cajun & Creole Restaurants in Chicago, Illinois: Find TripAdvisor traveler reviews of Chicago ... Cuisines: French European Cajun & Creole Wine Bar ...

Cajun | American ethnic group | Britannica.com

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Aug 11, 2016 ... Cajun, descendant of Roman Catholic French Canadians whom the British ... stew, jambalaya, gumbo—actually a Creole dish, made with a roux—and .... also had adherents in western Europe, the United States, South Africa,.

Louisiana Creole Music | Smithsonian Folkways

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The French-speaking, black Creoles from the prairies of lower Louisiana produce a wide variety of music, from Cajun two-steps to the blues. This album presents ...

Cajun Texans | Texas Almanac

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Over the last two centuries, European French Creoles have intermarried with ... But today there has been such a fusion of Creole/Cajun/Louisiana cooking you are ... as Cajun bands were influenced by the Western swing style so popular in ...

FolkStreams » Dry Wood » Cajun and Creole Foods

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... was okra, a vegetable first imported from western Africa where it is called guingombo. ... It was grown by slaves and Creole and Cajun yeoman farmers as a ... economy of south Louisiana, exporting to urban areas nationwide and to Europe.

The Best 10 Cajun/Creole in Gardena, CA - Yelp

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Best Cajun/Creole in Gardena, CA - The Crab Shack, Matthews Homestyle Cooking, Shads ... 15460 S Western Ave .... New Orleans Cajun & Creole Cuisine ...

Evolution Of A Revolution: The Seven Nations & Defining "Creole"

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Dec 23, 2010 ... Of course, Cajun and Creole cuisine was not created or invented; it was ... Originating in the Western Hemisphere, the term “Creole” was used about ... from the intermarriage of the Europeans, Africans and Native Americans, ...

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Cultural Catholicism in Cajun-Creole Louisiana - Folklife in Louisiana

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Cajun and Creole traditional religious practices do not, in themselves, set off those who practice such .... to prepare for death from the plague that swept Europe so often in that century" (Landry 1998: 4). ..... Western Folklore 44: 194– 207.

A Brief History of Cajun, Creole, & Zydeco Music - Teaching ...

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The following summary of the history of Cajun, Creole, and Zydeco music is ... Taking stories with European origins and changing them to refer to life in .... in the Americanized style of the western swing and bluegrass bands heard on the radio .

PAIRED: Cajun to Creole - Talking Louisiana food | Communities ...

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Jan 19, 2015 ... U.S. · Caribbean · Central America · France · Germany · Italy · Western Europe ... Creole is Louisiana's haute cuisine of New Orleans restaurants that developed from ... various food traditions, many of which originated with European-trained chefs. Cajun and Creole cooking a...