In New Orleans: What Is The Difference Between 'Cajun': King Cake New Orleans Recipe (Paperback)

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In New Orleans: What Is The Difference Between 'Cajun': King Cake New Orleans Recipe (Paperback)

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Creole cuisine is a fusion, unique to the New Orleans area, of French, Spanish, West African, and Native American cuisine. It was also influenced by later immigrants from Germany, Italy, and other locations. Like French food, it sometimes makes use of rich sauces and complex preparation techniques.
What sets this cookbook apart:
- 50 iconic recipes-Learn to make some of the city's signature dishes, like Hot Roast Beef Po'Boys, Black-eyed Pea Jambalaya, Beignets, and King Cake. Then wash your meal down with a classic NOLA cocktail, like a Sazerac or a Pimm's Cup.
- Learn some lagniappes-A Southern Louisiana colloquialism, lagniappe means "a little something extra." That's exactly what you'll get with every recipe, be it a quick Cajun cooking tip or the history behind a particular dish.
- Top 5 travel picks-Experience the city like a local with advice on can't-miss hot spots for breakfast, raw oysters, and happy hour drinks, as well as landmarks and cultural touchstones.

Product Details ISBN: 9798464838819
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: August 26th, 2021
Pages: 168
Language: English