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Old 09-09-2012, 11:48 AM   #248
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Cajun Cuisine and More Sampler: Great Recipes, Inspiring Stories and Cajun Humor [Kindle Edition] Paul Raphael (Author), D-M Publishing (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Cajun-Cuisine-...s_154606011_97

The Sampler Edition is a true cross section of what the full version will be. The Sampler contains eleven great Cajun recipes with accompanying photos and complete step by step instructions. It also contains history and facts about Louisiana and New Orleans. Additionally there are several inspiring stories with connections to a specific recipe. Lastly, there is some great Cajun humor scattered throughout the manuscript. The full version of Cajun Cuisine and More is all of the above, times four. The full version will contain 48 great recipes, with all of the related inspiring stories, Cajun humor and 60 plus photos, all for your culinary delight, your enlightenment and entertainment.
Author and Chef, Paul Raphael takes the reader on an adventure, flavoring the recipes with history, humor, regional interest, or related short stories that make the dishes unforgettable, and enhance the joy of their creation. He inscribes the recipes over the still legible manuscripts of history. Imagine entertaining your guests with the evolution of your table’s bounty – that’s when a cook becomes a story teller!
Each cookbook is unique, this one taking the reader from Louisiana’s early colonization to present day Acadiana, and through much of what evolved in between. Interspersed with New Orleans French Quarter specialties like Beignets with Café au lait, and Cajun country cooking such as blackened catfish and sweet potato casserole, there is an ample list of recipes from which to assemble a multi-course meal, or just enjoy a traditional snack or dessert with a friend.
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