Cajun

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a Louisianian descended from Acadian immigrants from Nova Scotia ('Cajun' comes from 'Acadian')

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They'll sample savory local cooking, hear spirited Cajun and Creole (zydeco) music, go to a fais-do- do with Cajun dancing and storytelling, and experience entertaining talks on the history and lifestyle of the Cajun people, as well as the flora and fauna of Bayou Country.
A spoken prologue is flimsy and useless; having a dancer narrate what are essentially program notes proclaiming the glory of the Cajun people is a curious way to get things started, especially when Brown and Monte's affection for this culture soon becomes obvious through their jubilant choreography.
This chapter assumes without support that Cajun music represents an integral part of the lives of Cajun people.
While onboard, passengers will be treated to the traditional dances, rich history, unique crafts and tantalizing cuisine of the Cajun people.
While onboard, passengers will be treated to the traditional dances, rich history, one-of-a-kind crafts and tantalizing cuisine of the Cajun people.