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A person who is a cajun?

Is a descendant of the Acadian people who were expelled from what is now Nova Scotia in Canada during what has become known as Le Grand Dérangement from 1755-1763. The Acadia (MORE)

What is a 'Cajun'?

When the French settled in Canada, they chose two distinct regions; the province of Quebec, and the Maritime Provinces of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, (MORE)

What are cajun horses?

I just read an article that states: "The Cheval Canadien ("Canadian Horse" in French) descends from horses brought by French settlers to Acadia, near Nova Scotia and New Franc (MORE)

What is Cajun powder?

Do you mean powdered sassafrass leaves - file powder? Greenish and with a sort of lemony taste.
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What is cajun for shiver?

Frisson. Pr. (Frees-on). Slang that translates to Shivers- "It was so cold I got the Frissons" Can also mean Goosebumps. "When she sang she gave me the Frissons!"

What is cajun cooking?

Cajun's like rich spicy food, usually starting with a roux. Hot oil or fat is mixed with equal parts of flour and stirred constantly until either a light roux (very light brow (MORE)

Which country is cajun in?

Cajun is a bastardisation of the word Acadian which refers to the French speaking peoples who currently occupy the Atlantic provinces of Canada (especially Nova Scotia and New (MORE)

What is in Cajun powder?

se this Cajun seasoning for barbecue ribs, chicken, blackened fish, Cajun soups or sauces, blackened steaks, and blackened pastas. This makes a lot, so if you have a small fam (MORE)