My favorite would be boudin, maybe partly because you can get good stuff even at a normal grocery store. And when I get a chance I really go for etoufee or jambalaya.
I made up a big pot of red beans and rice last weekend..had ham hocks..andouille …..and plenty of tony chachere’s…reminded me of home(Lake Charles)..i like my grits and grillades too…..a nice chicken and sausage gumbo…a nice maque choux..and rice dressing…or just munching on some pickled okra…but its hard here in Mo…ordered gumbo in a restaurant and when it got there it had broccoli in it…(for color they said)…almost choked on my sweet tea!!!
This week's episode is about how some parents love their culture so much that even if it conflict with Islam, they will continue to practice it. How can we complain about the situation of the Muslims if we love the parts of our culture that conflict with Islam more than we love Allah (swt)?
Duration : 6 min 42 sec
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The Confrerie D’ Abbeville welcomes you to Abbeville’s “5000 EGG” Giant Omelette Celebration! Our celebration is like no other festival.
This family oriented event including a kids’ world kicks off Saturday morning with a 3 mile walk through Historic Downtown Abbeville as the March of Dimes Walk-America begins.
Abbeville’s Magdaline Square with its majestic oaks and old fashioned gazebo is the setting for the 2 day Arts & Craft Show.
Stop and dance to some of Louisiana’s best music.
Antique farm implements provide a challenge to those competing in Saturday’s egg cracking contest.
The fun continues on Sunday with addition of the antique cars on display, along with more music guaranteed to get you dancing.
Grab your seat early for the procession of chefs, eggs and bread to the Giant 12 foot skillet where fun and follie are the order of day for those preparing the “5000 Egg” Giant Omelette.
For more information: http://giantomelette.org/
Video by Clare Major: http://claremajor.net
Duration : 0:2:47
I composed this music for a scene in a horror film, hope you enjoy. Thanks.
Duration : 1 min 55 sec
We are the The Cajun Dawgs and this a film we made for fun and to promote the fantastic “Hastings Fat Tuesday” event. From our new CD “New Dogs Old Tricks”, it’s our version of this traditional Cajun standard with a few surprises along the way. We hope you like it. Check us out at www.cajunrockers.com and also see www.hastingsfattuesday.co.uk TO BE PLAYED LOUD
Duration : 0:4:17
Cajun band “Low Maintenance” playing “Lucille” at “Festivals Acadiens et Créoles” in Lafayette, Louisiana on10/10/10.
Drew Simon – vocals and accordion
David Trahan – electric guitar
Daniel Gale – fiddle
Thomas David – bass
Justin Cormier – pedal steel guitar
Jamey Bearb – drums
Duration : 0:4:25
It’s truly amazing how she can adapt to just about any culture that she is speaking to.
In addition to her Chicago dialect her additional dialects include Irish-American, Jewish-American, Italian-American, African-American, Asian-American, Russian-American, Germanic-American, Arab-American, Spanish-American, Franco-American, British-English, Chicano-Latino, Southern, Evangelic-Christian, Black-Baptist, Migrant-Worker, North-Eastern, South-Western, Hawaiian, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Heartland-America, Cajun, Native-American, Pop-Culture, Hip-Hop, Biker, Gay-Lesbian and Canadian, and probably even more that we haven’t heard yet.
I have not been able to find any courses so far that teach that.
Do you think that she should open her own school ?
Hilary Clinton is good at transforming. She is a chameleon. I don’t know if that is a bad thing or a good thing.