Cajun and Creole cooking are two distinct styles of cuisine that originate in Louisiana.
Cajun is country food, rustic and created with whatever ingredients are to hand, Creole is created from more choice said to have been born in the kitchens of New Orleans.
Both styles of cuisine have interesting stories and have many differences while also sharing some similarities.
This infographic from Marriott sets out to examine both styles of cuisine, how they originated and what ingredients, dishes and cultures make each one different.
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