La Belle Cuisine - Cajun Country
Fine Cuisine with Art Infusion
"Acadians love to have a good time, and their good times usually include
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Have a heart! Help your fellow man...
"Chere Nouvelle Orleans, patrie de ma
jeunesse, berceau de quelques-uns
You are probably a New Orleans Native if...
You're out of town and you stop and ask someone where there is a
You drive your car up onto the neutral ground if it rains steadily and
The four seasons in your year: crawfish, shrimp, crab and oyster.
You greet people with "Where y'at?" (or maybe "Howzhyamomma'an'em?") and hear back "Awrite" (or "Dey fine, dahlin!")
Someone asks for an address by compass directions and you say it's
Your burial plot is six feet over rather than six feet under.
You know the Irish Channel is not Gaelic-language programming on cable.
You can pronounce Tchoupitoulas but can't spell it.
You don't worry when you see ships riding higher in the river than the
So. You have some questions, no? You might need a little help, yeah.
Hey, where y'at?
According to my favorite New Orleans
web site, (thanks to Chuck Taggart) this
"New Orleans. La Nouvelle Orléans. The Crescent City. La Ville.
The City That Care Forgot ... the greatest city in the world!
(Just do yourself and us a favor and please DON'T call it
Confused about "Cajun" and "Creole"? For
example, New Orleans
"Acadiana: Les Paroisses Acadiennes"
Merci beaucoup, Chuck!
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