Hello all! I'm the new Cajun & Creole editor, and I could really use you guys' help. What kinds of things would you like to see on the Cajun & Creole site? I welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you. [color:"green"] [/color]
Chorizo sausage is Mexican. The Cajun equivalent to Chorizo is Andouille, although the name Chorizo translates into Cajun French as "Chourice", which is a spicy sausage which uses stomach instead of intestines as a casing.
Trying to stay warm as the weather here in Breaux Bridge, LA is coooooling off!
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I was going to point out the difference with choriso and andouie
but I see someone got before me. BTW do you think your readers know the difference between Cajun and Creole cooking? It's basically tomato and the amount of spices. Rarely will you see tomato in Cajun food and dishes are less spicier. I grew up in Cajun country. :) VWR
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