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Bayou Bash

ON THE ROAD

On the second day of the Cochon de Lait Festival in Mansura, Louisiana, I weave through a sea of Cajun cooks to a group of men wielding stainless-steel canoe paddles over a gigantic iron kettle. Jimmy Armand

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