‘Mighty Good’ Whether It's Cajun or Creole Food

Cajun and Creole are words often used interchangeably when talking about food. Rooted in French cooking and mingled with cooking styles from around the world, they have a lot in common but are not the same.
— By John Jacobs

Justin Wilson was a combination Louisiana chef and humorist who would “garontee” people would have the time of their life following his recipes and enjoying the results. He cooked Cajun food with a flair which begs the question, "What is the difference between Cajun and Creole food?"

Though some people treat the terms as equals because of their common French culinary heritage, it can only be said they are equally delicious but different. This is a story of the two fascinating cooking styles and recipes that each reflect some history, some innovation, and a desire to light the taste buds on fire.

There is no arguing against the fact that Creole and Cajun foods do have a lot in common, but if you want to show you...

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