Blackened Tilapia Poboy with baby Arugula, marinated sundried tomatoes and Remoulade sauce - King Creole Food Truck Brings Cajun and Creole Cuisine to Burlington, NC – The name "King Creole" actually comes from a movie starring Elvis Presley that was released in 1958. And, for Micah, the name represents "Louisiana food." Learn more about Micah’s food truck experience by clicking this link: http://catholicfoodie.com/king-creole-food-truck-brings-cajun-and-creole-cuisine-to-burlington-nc
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New Orleans is world-famous for its food. The indigenous cuisine is distinctive and influential. From centuries of amalgamation of the local Creole, haute Creole, and New Orleans French cuisines, New Orleans food has developed. Local ingredients, French, Spanish, Italian, African, Native American, Cajun, Chinese, and a hint of Cuban traditions combine to produce a truly unique and easily recognizable Louisiana flavor.
Cajun-style Boudin blanc that has been smoked.Boudin (French pronunciation: from Middle French boud—cold cut) describes a number of different types of sausage used in French, Belgian, German, Quebec, Acadian, Creole, Austrianand Cajun cuisine.