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Just In Time For Fat Tuesday, Cajun Mike Brings Us Gumbo!

by Cajun Mike

“crawfish pie and a file’ gumbo”- Hank Williams There’s Creole and then there’s Cajun. The origins of the word are a little confused. Is it Creole, is it Cajun? Does it come from New Orleans, does it come from Acadiana? Some in Mobile claim ownership. Are the recipes West Indies slave or the exiled Acadian’s, or a […]

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The King of All Cakes, A True Mardi Gras Tradition | Cajun Mike

by Cajun Mike

  There are several really good cooks in the Atlanta area that learned their craft from the old great chefs and legendary restaurants of New Orleans and Lafayette. I’m proud to say that I know a few of these guys so I asked them for a recipe for this series of articles.   Chef Claude […]

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Go Whole Hog For The Super Bowl with Cajun Mike

by Cajun Mike

  Since this is a food blog and I’m tasked with writing interesting food articles, I decided to look at the two cities that are represented in this year’s Super Bowl for inspiration. I was hoping to come up with some similar foods so I could discuss and compare and maybe even offer to you […]

The Grilling Life

by Cajun Mike

Brion Leshok works at Georgia Power in Forest Park. I don’t know what he does at Georgia Power, but I know what he does on weekends. By day Keith Caine is a Regulatory Monitoring Analyst (???????).  But on weekends he’s a GRILLHEAD, transformed into KC’s Real Deal BBQ Catering. Adam Lindler sees things differently. By […]

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