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Photo, videos and text: Adrián Szász dr.
It offers strong, characterful flavors. The typical Cajun dish is a cooked cavalcade of ingredients in a bowl. This is Cajun cuisine along the Mississippi River, which blends the gastronomy of French and Spanish immigrants to the United States with the cooking habits of Caribbean people. Since Chicago River connects Mississippi River Basin to Lake Michigan, it’s obvious that the waitress here brings me a real Cajun food: jambalaya. I have just landed in Chicago, on the plane I watched the Blues Brothers movie. Now I’m sitting at House of Blues, where jambalaya (made with onion, sausage, bell pepper, celery, crab and red rice) is accompanied by authentic Chicago Blues. The food is strong and characterful just like the guitar solos of the brilliant Joanna Connor. She got tens of thousands of likes on the Internet yesterday – half the world searched in Google: who is this white woman who has black music in her blood? Today Ms Connor is playing exclusively for me and two more dozens of lucky ones:Read more