Remoulade Sauce is Good for the Soul

The origins of Remoulade can be traced back to 11th century France. Its original purpose was a condiment for meat. Today, Remoulade sauce is often used as an accompaniment to seafood dishes, especially fried fish, crab cakes, oysters and shrimp in the Deep South. Made with a base that is primarily mayonnaise, Remoulade sauce is […]
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Chaurice.com Exact Match Domain Name

Chaurice is a hot and spicy Creole sausage made from fresh pork, onions and spices. As you might have guessed, the name is derived from a very close relative, the Spanish sausage Chorizo. If you live in Louisiana, you learn your sausage ABC’s – Andouille, Boudin and Chaurice – very early in life. Very popular […]
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Big Sno New Orleans Style Snoballs

Snoballs are made with ice shaved so fine that it has the consistency of snow with flavored cane sugar syrup drenched on top. New Orleans style snoballs are the best frozen treat on the planet, and the best snoballs in New Orleans can only be found at Big Sno Snoballs! A snoball is not a […]
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CochonDeLait.com is a Great Brandable Domain Name

You know I’ve been saying how much I loved New Orleans, Creole and Cajun inspired domain names? Well, I’ve been watching a great domain for about a month and can finally say I bought it. Today I’m the proud owner of CochonDeLait.com. 🙂 Cochon de Lait, translated from French, means pig in milk. In Cajun […]
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Mississippi Gulf Coast Casinos Domain Names

Mississippi Gulf Coast casinos dominate the horizon around Gulfport and Biloxi. You can see the towers along the beach and back bay for miles in all directions. Casinos are the pulse of our region – generating jobs, tax dollars, tourism and 24/7 entertainment – all helping to enhance the quality of life around here. A […]
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New Orleans Inspired Domain Names

New Orleans inspired domain names are one of my favorite domain niches. Creole and Cajun words and phrases are used in abundance down here on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. You might as well call us an extension of Louisiana. It’s hard to believe that NOLA and the Mississippi Gulf Coast have come as far along […]
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