Chef Duke LoCicero talks about cooking with Louisiana alligator.
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I translated a lready, if you could please just revise it and tell me if something is wrong that would be great!!!
Aujour’hui la difference entre la cuisine Creole et la cuisine Cajun est très floue.
Les deux cuisiner le gombo et la jambalaya; mais les Creoles ajoutent plus tomates et les Cajuns préférent plus roux.
Maintenant, les deux cultures mélangent et créent: la cuisine de la Louisiane.
english to that is: today the difference between creole food and cajun food is really blurred.
both cook gumbo and jambalaya; but the creoles add more tomato and the cajuns prefer more roux.
now, both cultures mix and create Louisiana cooking.
Aussi, le monde culinaire a beaucoup des chefs qui sont, ou ils ont famille, de la Louisianne.
–Certaines personnes sont: Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Rachael Ray, Sandra Lee, et plus.La cuisine de la Louisiane est si célèbre, il y a des restaurants Creole ou Cajun.
Par exemple: Popeyes et Kelly’s Cajun Grill.
Also, the culinary world has a lot of chefs that are from, or have family, from Louisiana
Some people are: lalalala, and more.
Louisiana cooking is so famous , there are creold or cajun restaurants:
for exemple: la and la.
THANKS so much if you helped
i put this question into two parts so whoever helped gets 20 points and not just 10 – forgive my horrible english please!
Aujour’hui la différence entre la cuisine Créole et la cuisine Cajun est très floue.
Les deux cuisinent le gombo et la jambalaya; mais les Créoles ajoutent plus de tomates et les Cajuns y préfèrent plus de roux.
Maintenant, les deux cultures mélangent et créent ce qu’on appelle "la cuisine de la Louisiane".
Aussi, le monde culinaire a beaucoup de chefs qui sont originaires de la Louisiane ou bien qui y ont de la famille.
– C’est le cas des personnes suivantes: Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Rachael Ray, Sandra Lee, et d’autres. La cuisine de la Louisiane est si célèbre qu’ il y a des restaurants Créoles ou Cajuns un peu partout, par exemple: Popeyes et Kelly’s Cajun Grill.
Good try! I have corrected the turns of phrase that were clumsy and put the correct accents in.
This is a video done for my Learning and Design class at Pepperdine University.
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Florida Blues Musician Bill Wharton, aka “The Sauce Boss” serves up Blues and Gumbo in New Orleans and Buras, La. for residents and volunteers working for the recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina as part of his charitable work with Planet Gumbo. For more information, visit planetgumbo.org
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Q&A: Ok, here’s a hard one for you all….your answers could produce a Christmas present for somebody….?
Question by manatee lover: Ok, here’s a hard one for you all….your answers could produce a Christmas present for somebody….?
Looking for the name of an old gentleman that used to host his own cooking show. He used to wear bibb over-alls….he drank a glass of wine with all of his meals….he was heavy-set…he was based in Louisiana ( I think ) and cooked mainly cajun/creole dishes……He had a wonderful sense of humor and never failed to insert it into his cooking “lesson”. My new boyfriend had one of his cookbooks but lost it. I’d like to suprise him with a replacement. Any help would be appreciated.
Answer by el_train_73
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My mom’s doctor and I are really good friends; and she is coming to spend the weekend with me for Shrimp and Petroleum Festival. In Morgan City Louisiana, we celebrate this every year it is very nice we have live bands in the park, food booths, a fair underneath the bridge, arts and crafts, the gospel tent. While she is here we are going to all of the festivities that weekend and I want to cook, but I know she is going to eat out there also, I am really trying to impress her; she is waiting on me to get my nurses liscence so I can go and work for her. I want to fix something really good, we are going to be around alot of shrimp everyone is going to be selling shrimp, people is going to be selling hurricanes. She is going to be eating out there, but I want to cook also. This lady is really important to me and I want to treat her like a queen I care about her so much.
I would go to the site below. I don’t know if you’ve seen the show but they test recipes even dozens of times to get the perfect recipes.
I would also go to the Take Home Chef site, You know Curtis Stone.
My husband drove through Louisiana and brought home 12 large packages of boudin. My question is what can I do with it? I’ve already steamed and grilled it. Does anyone have any good recipes of cooking with boudin (such as stuffing, soup or something)? I’m tired of eating it steamed and grilled and am open to suggestions.
Thanks so much!
Smear cream cheese all over it, coat it in honey, and bake for like, an hour….
my fiancee is recently employed in this area and he would like to take me out to eat lobster. he wants to find a place that has them in a tank and we could pick out our own to be cooked for us.
Most Red Lobster resturants have a live tank
Question by Sweety: How do I find Bootsie Landry’s Red Beans Rice?
Cajun Style – South Louisiana Cooking “Haricots Rouges”
w/Seasonings and Vegetables
Answer by Amafanius
Traditional Monday Red Beans And Rice
1 lb red beans, soaked in about 2 quarts water overnight
3 ribs celery, chopped
1 medium green bell pepper, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
1 large onion, chopped
2 T Zatarain’s Parsley Flakes
1/4 t Zatarain’s Cayenne Pepper
1 package smoked sausage, cut in 1/4-inch thick slices
Serve over Zatarain’s Long Grain Parboiled Rice
Rinse and drain soaked beans; place in a 5 to 6-quart pot and add 6 cups of water. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for about 1 1/2 hours, or until beans are tender.
Stir occasionally. Add remaining ingredients and salt to taste; simmer for about 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Add water as necessary.
Serve over Zatarain’s Extra Long Grain Parboiled Rice hot rice.
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Here we build a big pot of boiled crawfish and have some fun with the kids.
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