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Luquire Family Foods – Carolina Creole Luquire Family Foods’ Carolina Creole is a unique recipe that has been handed down in our family like great old fishing tales - by word of mouth. Our rich and vibrant sauce is not to be confused with the Creole sauces that pepper the state of Louisiana - our recipe hails from the South Carolina coast where we've cast our shrimp nets and frequented fish camps for generations and found inspiration to create a truly authentic creole.
In southern Louisiana cooking many of the recipes require roux. You may ask, what is a roux. A roux is a thickener or gravy (a flavoring). Roux is made with one part flour
Creole Rain - 3 panel french flag painted by Nazaire.
I hope to share videos shot from my studio while I paint if metacafe has art lovers who would like to view them, for now this is an introduction to my work -- rain sound is royalty free
Black Rose Grilled Salmon Creole Vegetables by Dewayne Rose
Shrimp Creole recipe from the Cajun recipes collection at www.CajunCookingTV****
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The Louisiana Creole people are descended from the colonials that settled in Louisiana. They are primarily of the French and Spanish descent. They were first called Creole by the settlers for those born in the colony.
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