The Difference Between Cajun And Creole Food: Taste Of Home: Cajun Cookbook Recipes (Paperback)
In present Louisiana, Creole generally means a person or people of mixed colonial French, African American, and Native American ancestry. The term Black Creole refers to freed slaves from Haiti and their descendants. ... "Cajun" is derived from "Acadian" which are the people the modern-day Cajuns descend from.
The Easy Creole and Cajun Cookbook feature:
- 50 Classic and creative recipes-Discover lots of delicious Cajun and Creole dishes you can make and serve in minutes.
- Simple ingredients-The recipes found in this Creole and Cajun cookbook use easy-to-find ingredients, and there are even substitution tips if you want to experiment a bit.
- Essential extras-Get quick, easy recipes and storage tips for regional cooking bases, including roux, stock, and seasoning blends.