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People often use the terms “Cajun” and “Creole” interchangeably when they describe food from Louisiana, but they are NOT the same. Though the two styles share some influences and ingredients and even share some of the same dishes (including Jambalaya, Gumbo, and Etouffee), they are distinct. One way to describe the difference between Creole and Cajun food is by region. Creole food was always considered city food, specifically from New Orleans, while Cajun food was from the rural or country areas of Southwest Louisiana. Nowadays you’ll find both all over Louisiana. The Cuisine is a blend of the various cultures of New Orleans including French, Spanish, African, Caribbean, and Native American, among others. Creole cuisine is thought of as a little higher brow or aristocratic compared to Cajun.
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RON K’S KITCHEN
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People often use the terms “Cajun” and “Creole” interchangeably when describing food from Louisiana, but they are NOT the same. Though the two styles share some influences and ingredients and even share some of the same dishes (including Jambalaya, Gumbo, and Etouffee), they are distinct. One way to describe the difference between Creole and Cajun food is by region. Creole food was always considered city food, specifically from New Orleans, while Cajun food was from the rural or country areas of Southwest Louisiana. Nowadays you’ll find both all over Louisiana. The Cuisine is a blend of the various cultures of New Orleans including French, Spanish, African, Caribbean, and Native American, among others. Creole cuisine is thought of as a little higher brow or aristocratic compared to Cajun.
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RON K’S KITCHEN
CAJUN & CREOLE
THE STICKY MENU BAR ABOVE IS THIS SECTIONS RECIPE QUICK LINKS
In   no   event   shall   RonK’s   Kitchen,   its   affiliates   and   its   third   party   providers   be   liable   to   you   or   any   third   parties   for   any   illness   or damages   of   any   kind,   direct   or   indirect,   arising   out   of,   or   in   any   way   connected   with,   your   use   of   the   information   or   recipes provided   on,   or   accessed   through,   this   website.   Service   provider,   its   affiliates   and   its   third   party   providers   disclaim   any liability,   loss   or   obligation   in   connection   with   the   content   provided   on   this   website.   This   website,   and   the   recipes   and information   on   this   website,   are   provided   strictly   "as   is"   and   without   warranty   of   any   kind,   and   should   not   be   construed   in   any way   as   medical   advice   or   instruction.   Consult   the   appropriate   health   professionals   before   using   any   of   the   recipes   or information on this website. Your use of quality ingredients and safe cooking practices are your responsibility.