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Claire of the Sea Light by Edwidge Danticat

What could be more different from US culture and family life than the world of Haiti? Poverty and love, class systems and secrets characterize this story of a little girl and her father and the impossible choices they have to make. 29 more words


Marie Laveau: Voodoo, Race and Female Power

On the 16th of June 1881, Marie Laveau, Louisiana Creole ‘princess’ of Voodoo, died in New Orleans, Louisiana, aged 79. “A nineteenth-century free woman of color, she is a founding figure of the African-American voodoo tradition. 645 more words


Shrimp Creole

We are on our way to the South Carolina coast, so I know I will be fixing one of my favorite dishes in the next few days. 241 more words


Authentic St.Lucian Dishes

#CreoleGrill here at #CocoPalm prides itself on offering Authentic St.Lucian dishes combined with innovative recipes and ideas in the tradition of Creole culture. #SaintLucia


Using Creole, and Other Regional Dialects in Writing

Repeating Islands reported that Trinidadian writer and journalist Lisa Allen-Agostini recently wrote (in Allyson Latta’s blog Memoir, Writing, & More) about her experiences using Creole in her writing. 72 more words


Top Universities for Creoles and Cajuns

Well we are adding another “TOP” to our list, there are many “top lists” and we think Creoles and Cajuns deserve some “top lists” also! In saying that, we have compiled a list of the top universities and colleges for Creole and Cajun students. 911 more words


Gluten Free Southern Fried Chicken

By Kath Dedon

For more than 30 years I have been hearing from Bob about how outrageous the fried chicken was at Chez Heléne in New Orleans. 984 more words

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