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Cajun cooking

A blend of the influences of Creole cooking, to be found in Louisiana in the U.S.A, with that of 18th French immigrants from Nova Scotia - a typical dish from this style of cooking is jambalaya. The word Cajun comes from "Acadia", which was the French name for Nova Scotia at the time. See Creole cooking

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