Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Most Cajun Things That Have Ever Happened

The Most Cajun Things That Have Ever Happened

Proof that Cajun lovers and Cajun style are all around us! For a little Monday chuckle, we’ve set you up with five of the most Cajun things that have ever happened (at least, those which have been reported!) For those Cajun lovers out there, this one is not to be missed, it’s a cracker! Eager

Perfect Cajun Appetizer to Spice Up Your Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Cajun Appetizer Simi Valley CA

Mix up your holiday routine and add a little Southern spice to the Thanksgiving table! Jazz up the traditional turkey and mashed potatoes this Thanksgiving with this recipe for spicy Cajun shrimp dip. It’s spicy yet creamy and is the perfect Thanksgiving Cajun appetizer to add a little extra Louisiana flavor to your holiday meal.

Organizations Supported in 2015 Festival

Organizations Supported in 2015 Festival Simi Valley CA

The Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival, hosted by the Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise continues to benefit the community. The 2015 festival was the most successful in the festival’s 26-year history, allowing more funds to reach the community! Last year’s success has contributed to the support of the following organizations: Berylwood – Title I

Best Cajun Restaurants in Los Angeles

Best Cajun Restaurants in Los Angeles

As temperatures drop this season, warm up with some Cajun spice! The Southern Louisiana style cooking, centered on peppers, onions, and celery, is famous for its spicy gumbos, sausage, and rice. So whether you’re a traditionalist and are looking for those Cajun staples or are feeling a little adventurous and want to try something new,

The History & Culture Of Folk Blues Music

Culture in Blues Music History

Looking back on folk blues music and how it influenced today’s sounds.  When we think of the origins of blues music, most of us think of the South. Folk blues got its start in a much more specific location, though. Out of the Mississippi Delta, folk blues—also known as down home blues—got its start centering