Guest Author - Sandie Jarrett
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Looking for a new recipe? BellaOnline has over 30 forums that focus on different foods and beverages; from tea to vegetarian cooking, so we have you covered. You'll also find forums covering health and beauty, computers, automotive, careers & business, news & politics, travel, entertainment, and more! There is a BellaOnline Forum for almost everyone!
Our Cajun and Creole Food Forum is all about what you want to discuss. Talk about your favorite Cajun cookbook or post a restaurant review. The BellaOnline.com forums are set up so that you can easily view topics. Once you register, you can post your comments on an existing topic or post a question. It is equally easy to open your own new topic for discussion.
Have you been to a Cajun Festival? Why not post a line or two about your experience. It's a great way to let others know what to expect if they are planning on attending. Was the food good? How was parking? Were there activities to keep the kids occupied? Was it a good value?
Do you have a terrific online source for Cajun ingredients? Let your 'neighbors' know – they're sure to appreciate it. Sometimes it is hard to locate authentic Cajun or Creole ingredients. The internet has made shopping easier but your review of your personal online shopping experience will help others feel more informed when they buy online. Were the products well packed? Fresh? Fairly priced?
Do you have interesting personal stories about Cajun or Creole food? A favorite recipe? We'd all love to hear about it.
And if you have been to New Orleans post Katrina, many people are interested in hearing about your experiences. Where did you stay? Where did you eat? Did you go sightseeing? Did you travel outside the main 'tourist' areas? Did you feel safe?
Everyone is welcome at our
Cajun and Creole Food Forum so don't be shy. I'm looking forward to meeting you there real soon.
Your Cajun and Creole Food Editor,