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National Gumbo Day: Cajun or Creole?

Posted by on Oct 12, 2017 in Creole Foods, Food, Food Blog, Louisiana Gumbo Recipe, National Food Holdiays, National Gumbo Day: Cajun or Creole?, Road Trips R Us, Roadtrips R Us, Roadtripsrus,, Travel, Travel Blog, Uncategorized | Comments Off on National Gumbo Day: Cajun or Creole?

National Gumbo Day Quote for Today:  Best Gumbo in the World, I “Gar-on-tee.” (Catchphrase, Chef Justin Wilson) Today October 12th is National Gumbo Day. Being a wannabe Cajun; I believe my recipe for this delicious dish is top-notch. The only problem is that when you serve two hundred bowls of gumbo every day, the one hundred and ninety-five that sings your praises goes over your head and the five that say “it’s not authentic, Creole, Cajun or any other adjective” tends to frustrate you. My first experience mass producing gumbo was my boss who told me that was they made it in “Lafayette” the epicenter of Acadian in Southern Louisiana. The tough part is that if you travel ten miles in any direction from Lafayette the opinion of what gumbo should be will change faster than the weather. Over the years,...

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