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Taste of New Orleans

Channel your inner Cajun and get a taste of New Orleans. From po'boys to muffuletta, we've picked out photos of some of Louisiana's most mouthwatering dishes.

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A steaming bowl of seafood gumbo, a traditional stew that originated in southern Louisiana. Most varieties have onions, bell peppers and celery, and many contain also andouille sausage or ham. Creole gumbo often has tomatoes, while Cajun gumbo is made with a dark roux and is typically much spicier.

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