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If you are a reader, you may recall that I spent several years in Louisiana during my childhood. I have many fond memories of Cajun/Creole country, but it is the food that stands out the most. Mardi Gras is next Tuesday and although I will not be hanging out on Bourbon Street saying "Throw me somethin' mister", I will be enjoying a festival of foods between now and then. Jambalaya-- the mere mention of it puts that Hank Williams song in my head. If you don't know w...

If you are a reader, you may recall that I spent several years in Louisiana during my childhood. I have many fond memories of Cajun/Creole country, but it is the food that stands out the most. Mardi Gras is next Tuesday and although I will not be hanging out on Bourbon Street saying Throw me somethin mister, I will be enjoying a festival of foods between now and then. Jambalaya-- the mere mention of it puts that Hank Williams song in my head. If you dont

Within the pages of S.T. Holmes's new book, Creole Moon The Betrayal, readers will enjoy a paranormal fantasy of love and betrayal - where the hero survives in the harsh Louisiana swamp.

Ghost stories abound in the Cajun and Creole city of Lafayette, Louisiana, from those lost in Civil War skirmishes and fever outbreaks to the former living who can’t say goodbye. “Haunted Lafayette, Louisiana” takes readers inside some of the most historic sites in South Louisiana.