Subject: Re: Ethnic food

Since I live in New Orleans, I eat cajun and/or creole food on a regular basis. And since Emeril has been bamming it up, we see cajun restaurants all over the world now. We sometimes like to try them, but not a one has come close to what we eat routinely at home. In fact, they are pretty poor imitations usually, and I often wonder if the Thai and Vietnamese food that I enjoy so much is anything like what I might eat in Thailand or Vietnam.

Eating at home tonight unfortunately, Callie in New Orleans