Monthly Archives: April 2015

A Quick Look At Cajun Language

History of Cajun Language

The History Of This Unique Language Although Cajun is technically classified as a dialect of the French language, anyone who heard the two languages side by side knows that the Cajun dialect has staked a claim all its own. In fact, some people who speak French cannot understand Cajun, and vice versa! How, then, did this

The Best Cajun & Zydeco Music West Of The Mississippi

Cajun & Zydeco Stage Performers

These Performers Bring Their Stylings Not to speak badly of the music coming out of Southern California, but there is something to be said about Southern music and its soul. When it comes to true musical offerings from the South, gone are the vapid, posing stylings of so many of today’s musical wannabes. Instead, real

Recipe: Bayou Teche Bread Pudding

Recipe: Bayou Teche Bread Pudding

The Perfect Addition To Your Brunch Or Dessert Menu Whether you are looking for a sweet treat to spice up your Sunday morning brunch or a perfect way to finish off a meal, this Bayou Teche Bread Pudding will be a rich, delicious solution and is sure to become one of your favorite recipes. So

Be Prepared: What To Bring

What to Bring to a Festival

A Quick Guide To What You Will Need During The Festival The Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival provides you with two full days of exciting entertainment for the whole family. From the great music to the delicious food to the exciting Mardi Gras parade, you will not want to miss a moment of

The Sazerac: The Ultimate Cajun Cocktail

The Sazerac America's First Cocktail

A History & A Recipe America’s first cocktail was created in New Orleans in 1838. Antoine Peychaud (yes, of Peychaud Bitters) developed the drink in a bar in the French Quarter of the historic city and named it after his preferred brandy, Sazerac-de-Forge et fils. 35 years later, another bartender, Leon Lamothe, substituted American Rye

Who Does The Festival Benefit?

Who Benefit from the Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival

A Quick Overview To Who Is Served The Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival is not just the perfect opportunity to get your family together and head out into the fresh air for music, food, and fun, it is also an event that serves your community and the world. Did you know that 100