Le Rosier Country Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... of the label Acadian. The word "Acadian" has modified in language usage to today’s term Cajun. It seems to be a term the people use proudly. Also, we’ve noticed that the local TV station and newspapers refer to the area as “Acadiana” rather than any other geographic or regional term. It’s used the same way we would use “The Research Triangle” or just “the Triangle”. ...
We went out to dinner at Randol’s. They have Cajun food and live music. Jim had Fried Boudin Balls and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish and Crawfish Au Gratin with rice and French fries. Barbara had Seafood Gumbo and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish with rice and French fries. ...
... was used mostly in cooking for flavor. The crawfish was a great new experience.
3. The Konriko Rice Co. We went to the store front in New Iberia to a company that processes and sells rice to distributors. One of their specialties is Pecan Rice. It doesn’t have pecans in it, but it smells like pecans when it’s cooking. We had a cup of the rice to try and yes, it smelled a ...
... of stuff, well laid out and as we have arrived on the weekend (Friday night) they have entertainment tomorrow that we are looking forward to. Saturday morning we went into Lafayette to explore and ended up going to a real nice place for breakfast, As we are down south we tried something different for a change, Bruce had Chicken & Waffles while Angele had Cajun Eggs Benedict (boudin sausage, eggs, rice, sauce, ...
... and could continue our journey.
By this time it was after 10am, about two hours later than we intended to hit the highway. We debated whether we should continue on our planned route to Vidalia, LA or take I12/I10 through Louisiana. We originally planned the Vidalia route so we could avoid the nauseating, bone jarring route that is I12/I10 through LA. Now we decided to suck it up and take the horrible road in order to avoid ...