Cajun French: la chaudière (la shō-dee-air) – cooking pot
Saturday weather was not getting any better as we headed north to Elton, LA. It was still cold, windy, and dreary – not the type of day to head out to a festival, but we were on our way. Continue reading “Coushatta Farmers Market, Elton, LA”
Cajun French: l’année qui vien (l’an-ā kee-vee-ain) – New Year
Cabbage and Black Eyed Peas – it’s tradition on New Year’s Day. Okay we get that and enjoy the duo every January 1st no matter where we are. But sometimes we just need something different so creative brains went to work. Outcome – Creole Shrimp and Cabbage Jambalaya. We may have cooked it in an unorthodox way but it worked and was delicious!
Mais C’est Bon!
Enjoy!! Continue reading “Creole Shrimp and Cabbage Jambalaya – New Year’s Day”