Sharing the food, music, culture, and history at the heart of Cajun & Creole Country.

Donuts in Lafayette, LA

Donuts are a breakfast staple spanning communities, breakrooms, coffee shops, and early morning meetings no matter where you reside in the US. Nothing awakens the senses like the smell of a freshly fried donut. Who can pass that up? Of course, Lafayette has plenty of bakeries and donut shops…

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King Cakes

Most people think of Mardi Gras as our season of merriment before Lent. Still, many of our traditions, such as the sweet and decorative king cake, actually begin with Christmas. King cakes date back to 12th century France when a cake was baked on the eve of Jan. 6 with a small token hidden inside…

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Kolaches in Lafayette

People in Acadiana like to pass a good time. But when you have too much of a good time, you may need a rescue remedy in the morning. Enter kolaches. For the rest of the country, a kolache is a sweet, fruit-filled puff pastry sometimes coated with a sugary glaze. But in Lafayette, we like everything…

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Best Desserts in Lafayette

Cajun Country is world-famous when it comes to food. While we’re known for savory specialties like boudin, crawfish, and jambalaya, Cajuns also have a pretty serious sweet tooth. No Acadiana meal is complete without first indulging in dessert. Here are a few sweet treats everyone in the family will…

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