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From the Publisher:
Jambalaya, a jazzy rice dish filled with sausage, seafood, and chicken, can be compared to New Orleans. Both contain a little bit of the best of everything. The food that seduces millions of visitors to this city by the Mississippi River has been touched by French, Spanish, Creole, Acadian, Indian, African, and other ethnic cultures to produce a cuisine that is unique in America.
Members of the Junior League of New Orleans submitted hundreds of their favorite recipes and tested and re-tested each before selecting those they thought would help others to understand why eating is not just a pastime, but a passion, in "the city that care forgot."
Release Date: 1983 (Original Printing ; Cover)
Condition: Used, Like New