Meanwhile, food lovers will get their fill on the trip from regional Cajun cuisine offered on some lunch and dinner cruises, while music fans can kick up their heels to traditional jazz and bluegrass songs played by live bands.
Sometime during the day, you'll probably get hungry and there are several fast food and restaurant options for you including Burger King, Cajun Grill, El Pollo Loco, Panda Express, Sbarro, Subway and more.
If you really love spicy food, buy a Cajun seasoning, or just look up and down the spice aisle (or the spice store) and pick out things that look and smell good to you.
Springtime on the Bayou--Includes cruising in the heart of Cajun country in Louisiana and sampling popular local dishes such as gumbo, crawfish pie, and jambalaya.
But they differ in the fact that Cajun cooking is based on French provincial cooking while Creole cooking is based on classical style cooking.
French-Canadians living near the St. Lawrence River and in the Cajun regions of Louisiana are at higher risk of having a child with TSD.
Ragin' Cajun: This spinning wild mouse coaster that opened in 2004 is crazy fun for riders willing to brave its 2.5 Gs of lateral force.
It's used almost exclusively in Cajun and Créole French speaking communities such as those in the southern part of the United States.
The wet climate and bayous produce plentiful crops of rice; you'd be hard pressed to find a Cajun meal that does not include it.
Similar to Cajun style shrimp gumbo, one recipe may be loaded with shrimp and seafood while another has chicken and rabbit.