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 red fish, 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 appetite!