The Food Of The Caribbean
In its native cuisine, culture, and lifestyle, New Orleans could be a Caribbean island. The Creole food we eat here has much in common with what's cooking in the kitchens of Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cuba, the Virgin Islands, and even on the mainland of Central America and the Caribbean coast of South America. Since the turn of the century we've seen a swell in the number of restaurants serving these other Creole cuisines here. Particularly popular are restaurants with that blend of Mexican, Central American, and Colombian dishes. More Cuban food is turning up, too.
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