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from deepsouthdish.com

Crispy Southern Fried Hot Wings with Spicy Dipping Sauce

Spicy Dipping Sauce 1 cup of sour cream 2 tablespoons of horseradish 4 tablespoons of chili sauce (like Heinz) 1/2 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning (like Slap Ya Mama) Prepare and refrigerate till needed.

from deepsouthdish.com

Recipes for Potlucks, Church Socials, Picnics & Reunions and Other Gatherings

Deep South Dish...recipes for Potlucks, Church Socials,Picnics, Reunions and other Gatherings

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Cajun-style Boudin blanc that has been smoked.Boudin (French pronunciation: ​from Middle French boud—cold cut) describes a number of different types of sausage used in French, Belgian, German, Quebec, Acadian, Creole, Austrianand Cajun cuisine.

New Orleans-Style Cooking: Guide To Cajun And Creole Fare (INFOGRAPHIC)
from The Huffington Post

INFOGRAPHIC: The Ultimate Guide To NOLA Cuisine

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You know the classic story of Jack and the Beanstalk, but you've never heard it like this before. Told in Cajun dialect with a distinct bayou flair, this book is perfect for reading aloud. There is even a glossary and pronunciation guide to help! The creators of Petite Rouge (which Publishers Weekly called "a sassy, spicy outing") once again deliver a hilarious twist on a well-known fairy tale.

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Petite Rouge - In the vein of fun to read, this book delivers. Just be sure to read up on your cajun pronunciations in the back before you begin.

Cajun French-English, English-Cajun French Dictionary & Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebooks) by Jennifer Gipson http://www.amazon.com/dp/0781809150/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_dCHuwb04HJ5R0

from On the Runway Blog

Caesar Stovall, Army Medic Turned Givenchy Model

“Down where I come from, they don’t say Givenchy,” he added, using its proper French pronunciation (zhee-vahn-shee), “they say Givenchy,” using the hard “g” of give and the hard “ch” of bench. Down where Mr. Stovall comes from happens to be Shreveport, La. Born in Chicago, he was raised in Cajun country, largely by aunts and uncles who worked as chefs.