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anybody like cajun food?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by taliv, Oct 27, 2015.

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  1. taliv

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    Smart man.

    Surprisingly, I have not yet encountered a restaurant in my area of Southern Illinois that forbids firearms.
     
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    Indy is a little far for me to go for lunch, but if it was closer, I'd be there. Love cajun food.
     
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    Yeah, 10th and Post. Bring your card AND you gun..
     
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    Looks like a WIN-WIN, no robberies and a ton more hungry customers.
     
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    Wonder how many of those who complained, will be back when something bad happens at their "new favoritest gun-free" restaurant...

    Sam
     
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    I love Cajun and Creole SEASONINGS on anything I cook, but I don't think I've ever had real Cajun food. That would be a bit of a hike for chow from AZ, but it would be cool.
     
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    Love Cajun food. If I lived in the area, that place would be like a second home....
     
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    Sorry not me. I think Paul Prudhomme burned some food about 30 years ago at his restaurant, and served it anyway, and acted like he meant to do it!!

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    (born in New Orleans)
     
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    I used to employ a man who was from Cameron Perish. I've had very little true Cajun food, so when I asked what he thought of Cajun food, he said, "Well, it's basically just real bad tasting food. Just really bad, bad tasting food".

    Although I still haven't had enough Cajun to judge for myself, you've clarified his remarks well.
     
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    This is fantastic, maybe it will start a trend! :)
     
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    Yeah I'd enjoy some Cajun Cuisine if they were closer to FLORIDA.
     
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    Great idea. For real good Cajun food I suggest Eunice, Louisiana. Or anywhere in the area of Beau Bridge. That is the real deal and it is good. I avoid New Orleans. Not so authentic to me.
     
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    Man, I would have to drive 1000 miles for Cajun food. It is thin on the ground in Wyoming. I'd pay good money for a plate of red beans and dirty rice or an oyster po'boy.
     
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    I checked their menu, no crawfish! Bummer!
     
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    Crawfish are seasonal. They start getting small ones in December, and usually end April or May.
     
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