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Ms B's Authentic Creole Restaurant
Whatever you do, order the sweet potato fries
Food Review  September 29, 2006, by MM Pack
"...Ms. B's Authentic Creole Restaurant..."

Second Helpings: Creole/Cajun
Beauxdacious po-boys, muffalettas, étoufée, and jambalaya in this week's Cajun / Creole-themed "Second Helpings."
Food Column  December 22, 2000

Food Story  July 15, 1999
"...It's the place where all your favorite restaurants get their seafood, so you know it's the freshest. What most don't know is that it also has some of the least expensive (dare I say cheap?) and highest quality Cajun food around: po-boys, etoufee, gumbo, shrimp Creole, and seafood of all types..."

Monday Means Red Beans & Rice
Mick makes 'em Cajun style, we guarantee
DAILY Food  February 11, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...With Mardis Gras fast approaching, it's only natural that for the day before, you cook up a big pot of red beans and rice. Cajun-Creole red beans and rice are the classic dish eaten on Mondays all over Louisiana, because traditionally Monday was wash day...."

Genghis Blues
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman; the musical technique known as “throatsinging” popular in the tiny upper Mongolian region known as Tuva; and one big, black, blind guy playing the blues:...
Film Review  January 21, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...And it's all true, every note of it. The debut feature by the brothers Belic (brother Adrian produced, Roko directed and both worked the camera) centers on San Francisco bluesman Paul Peña, a blind Creole-American behemoth of a man with a wild, tangled mane of curly black hair and a penchant for passing his late-night hours scanning the dial of his shortwave radio..."

Wide Sargasso Sea
Ever wonder in Jane Eyre how the first Mrs. Rochester went mad and came to be locked away in that tower? Author Jean Rhys wondered about such things and that...
Film Review  June 4, 1993, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Rochester (Parker). Rochester's initial response to his exotic young creole wife, herself the child of an alcoholic father and insane mother, is one of fear and distrust..."

Evangeline Cafe Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Enjoy live music, price rollbacks, and plenty of fun
DAILY Food  September 17, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Louisiana native Curtis Clarke created a definitive bastion of Cajun-Creole hospitality, cuisine, and live music in an ordinary strip center in far south Austin ten years ago. This week, he's inviting friends and customers to help celebrate that important milestone at his Evangeline Cafe...."

Impressionable Fest Quest
Some special last-minute NOLA Jazz Fest accommodations deals just for our readers.
DAILY Qmmunity  April 20, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...Tuck yourself into this history: Degas House is the only remaining studio site on the planet – which one may visit – where the Impressionist painter (oh, that Degas) created his marvels. The inn on Esplanade – which Frommer's calls the "grand avenue of New Orleans' Creole society" – was the home of the painter's maternal relatives, the Musson family, where Degas lived and worked in 1872-73...."

Live Shots
Music Story  August 8, 1997
"...Underneath that sky were Li'l Brian & the Zydeco Travelers, six young black guys from Houston getting off on bustin' zydeco speed rhythms on rubboards, drums and timbales, and jumping accordions. "Doing the creole, creole, " chanted Li'l B..."

King Creole
The seedy tragimusical King Creole counts as a turning point for both its legendary star, Elvis Presley, and its director, Michael Curtiz, the man who made a little film nearly two decades prior called Casablanca.
Screens Review  July 12, 2002, by Eli Kooris
"...KING CREOLE (1958)..."

Mardi Gras
Have your cake, and laissez les bons temps rouler!
Food Story  February 1, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Mardi Gras – Fat Tuesday – comes early this year, signaling the end of carnival season and a final indulgent celebration before the beginning of the Lenten days of abstinence. Austin Mardi Gras observances have grown over the years, and even though it doesn't look like there will be a local parade, there are plenty of places to enjoy traditional Cajun/Creole dishes, along with king cakes, Community Coffee, Sazeracs, hurricanes, Abita beer, and bright-colored beads, all to the infectious beat of zydeco music..."

Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler, Already!
Cultivating a Mardi Gras tradition in River City
Food Story  February 20, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Sixth Street is closed off for the event, and there have been some less-than-successful attempts at parades, but Austin's own true, definitive take on Mardi Gras has yet to really emerge. We do have more Cajun/Creole-inspired restaurants in Austin these days than we've ever had before, and most of them have something special planned in observance of the holiday..."

Day Trips & Beyond: New Orleans School of Cooking
Cajun cooking made simply good
DAILY Travel  May 18, 2016, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...I learned a few things that my grandmother should have taught me, if she had known what Cajun food was. Instead, I was lucky enough to have Chef Kevin Belton demonstrate the finer points of Creole cooking..."

The Sultans Played Creole
Champion's new group show hasn't the grandeur or vision of its previous exhibits
Arts Review  April 29, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...'The Sultans Played Creole'..."

Southern Comfort
The Chronicle food staff has scoured Austin in search of the city's best down-home eateries; they're served up within.
Food Story  March 3, 2000, by Rebecca Chastenet dé Gery, Barbara Chisholm, Pableaux Johnson, Mick Vann and Virginia B. Wood
"...Big slabs of juicy meat loaf come with a tangy Creole sauce, the baked chicken with rice is a creamy poor man's risotto, and the rich brown gravy on the tender beef tips clings seductively to the wide noodles, making a very hearty lunch. Fruit pies in flaky crusts, dreamy slices of chocolate icebox pie, and a tangy lemon filling under a glistening drift of sweet meringue are waiting at the end of the line, so plan ahead...."

This Should Go on Forever
Genre-lizing Swamp Pop
Music Story  October 13, 1995
"...But Bernard defines swamp pop as a "sister genre of Cajun and zydeco music," the strange amalgam of "rhythm & blues and country & western and - most importantly - Cajun and black Creole elements." His distinction is crucial because while Cajun and zydeco are misused interchangably, swamp pop is still fighting to be recognized, and all three often get lumped in erroneously with New Orleans' music. Once you can settle on a basic definition - Bernard's is a good start - the next issue gets raised: Is swamp pop more authentically black Creole or white Cajun? Rock, pop, or blues? Derivative and imitative, or original hybrid? For a sound that is simple by nature, its musical politics are complex, a point best illustrated by the clause in zydeco performer Buckwheat's contract: "...Please do not use the word Cajun in connection with Buck or zydeco music..."

Let the Good Times Roll
Good food to get you in the mood for Mardi Gras
Food Story  March 4, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Over the years, the number of Cajun and Creole restaurants in Austin has waxed and waned, but it's now at an all-time high. In researching this story, we found more than 20 eateries with some kind of Cajun or Creole inclination on their menus, indicating that a full five years after the post-Katrina diaspora, the Austin metro area is still awash in the distinctive flavors of the Crescent City and Acadiana in places such as the MoJoe Room Bar & Grill, which offers a hearty menu of po'boys, gumbos, and étouffées, and Hot Boiled Pho & Crawfish, a fusion joint that perfectly demonstrates the most recent culinary influence of immigrants along the Gulf Coast..."

Northwest Neighborhood Treasures, Near and Far
Five new reviews of family-friendly ethnic cafes and east coast-style pizza parlors
Food Story  November 15, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Ms. B's Authentic Creole Cuisine8105 Mesa Dr., 372-9529..."

Dr. John
Record Review
Music Review  February 1, 2002, by Margaret Moser
"...Dr. JohnCreole Moon (Blue Note) This album could have been so much better..."

Rancho Winslow Supper Club Recipes
Two popular soups
Food Story  February 21, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...Shaker of Creole seasoning, for garnish (optional) Cooking Method..."

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