Last week, we covered the most common Cajun last names in Louisiana. That got us thinking, what would the least common Cajun last names be? If you have one of these last names, consider yourself pretty unique. It also means your family was one of the first Acadians in South Louisiana.
In Acadiana, we take our culture and heritage very seriously. There are a few unwritten rules that if broken could land you in some pretty hot water. To try and help you out, we've put together a list of "7 Things You Should Never Say To, Or Ask A Cajun".
While the rest of the Country has set up displays with Santa and his reindeer, one Louisiana sculpture artist Lee Romaire has set up a display with a Cajun Santa on a shrimp boat with reingators complete with crabs on their heads for the antlers.
As you're getting your Halloween playlist ready for a ghoulishly good time, there's one song you need to make sure makes the cut. Gérard Dôle's "Cajun Haloween" is just what you need to make it a bonafide Louisiana throwdown.
Halloween night will be a fun night of parties, scares and candy. Many families across South Louisiana will also be getting prepared for the November 1st Cajun French tradition of "La Toussaint". Will you?
The other day I was shootin' the breeze with my 11-year-old Bill, and he brought up the Cajun legend of Madame Grand Doigt, or Lady Big Fingers. I had never heard of Madame Grand Doigt, and the legend is as creepy as it sounds!