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Caneman2's Louisiana Cajun Zydeco Dance Music

Delta Swamp Pop Blues Music sites.

Enjoy the uniqueness of Loo-si-a-na home-style Dixieland Cajun Creole cuisine free cooking recipes.

Experience unique Southwest Louisiana Cajun, Zydeco dance party music clubs, N'awlins Dixieland jazz multiculturalism Jambalaya collection of distinctive travel regions information on Louisiana Cajun Zydeco delta blues jazz music clubs, Mardi Gras entertainment, The Honey Island Swamp, Atchafalaya River Basin, Dixieland Cajun traditions, French dining, dancing, tourism, the best hotels, Recreation, Webcams, crawfish festivals, things to see and do to better enjoy your unique vacation experience in Louisiana. Experience the magic of the Big Easy New Orleans blues in the French Quarter on Bourbon Street in The Crescent City.

You can tell a Cajun from Loosiana a mile away, but you can't tell them a thing up close.

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Rocking good time foot-stomping dance rhythms.

Acadian genealogy culture of the Cajun French speaking folk roots people of South Louisiana.

You come as You are. But you will Leave Different!

Learn about Louisiana in the Civil war.

Enjoy my  Louisiana Acadian, Cajun, Creole Zydeco music, free cooking recipes plus many Canadian Links the best to be found in cyberspace.

So to get yourself in the mood have a virtual steaming hot cup of Cafe au Lait; A strong Louisiana Coffee and Chicory blended with steamed milk. Usually a half-and-half mixture of hot coffee and hot milk.

While you enjoy the warm, sweet, comforting appeal of the Beignets. The French Market Doughnuts covered with powdered sugar They Can be Found at Café Du Monde the world famous original French Market Coffee Stand The Cafe is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It closes only on Christmas Day and on the day an occasional Hurricane passes too close to New Orleans.

Cajun music many changes By Jim Bradshaw in the Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser December 29, 1998.

I hope you pass a good time.

"Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler"
(Let The Good Times Roll!)

Bon Appetite!

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