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The Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards Cajun Men Cook in 1995

Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards

The Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards were established in 1990 on behalf of the McIlhenny Company as a way of recognizing achievements in the arena of community cookbooks and to encourage the preservation of a vast array of regional food traditions. It is the only program solely created to recognize the best of the thousands of cookbooks issued annually to generate money for charitable causes. Cash donations are made to the charities specified by each of three national and six regional award winners.


Yes, Cajun men cook!

Cajun Men Cook Book

They seldom cook for one or two guests, and they never cook alone. They cook because they love good food, but also because they love the camaraderie, the good times, and the story telling that inevitably accompany meals. Whether preparing blackened redfish, crawfish, shrimp, gumbo, jambalaya, boudin, etouffee, crabs, oysters, sausage on the bayou, or barbecuing a suckling pig on the patio (where cooking time is often gauged by the amount of beer in the cooler), Cajun men have an innate talent for creating taste treats that frequently evolve into legendary culinary delights. Explore the pages and experience the dishes that have made the entire world rave about Cajun cooking. Bon appetit!

Cook book sells for only $ 19.95 each. Order

Cajun Men Cook Apron

Cajun Men Cook ApronOnly $ 10.00 each