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Cuisine - Cajun/Creole

Jambalaya is one of the most popular foods in the bayous of Louisiana. It was originally created by cooks cleaning out the icebox and using what foods were leftover; the term jambalaya even means mix of food or events, so whatever mix of meats and seafood you like, are appropriate. The word got its name from the French word jambon for ham, which the dish traditionally contains. The following recipe doesn’t contain any, but if you have some cooked ham in the refrigerator, dice some and add it to the pot.

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