One of LA’s Most Popular Cajun Food Trucks Finds a Permanent Space in the South Bay

A popular Cajun-inspired food truck recently transitioned from a mobile operation to permanent space in Carson last month. Chef C’s Smhokin Pot opened on April 24 with an expanded Southern-inspired menu, where standards like sweet tea and gumbo accompany the lobster mac and cheese, wings with whiskey sauce, and plant-based jambalaya (which is sure to be a hit in LA).

Owner Calvin Alexander left behind a long career in healthcare to launch Chef C’s Smhokin Pot food truck in 2017. The former respiratory therapist had a passion for cooking, and started by making food for his coworkers, which led to

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The Best Seafood Boils and Cajun Restaurants in Detroit

Restaurants serving bags of steamed seafood began popping up in Detroit a couple of years ago, and this one-pot trend shows no signs of letting up. The seafood boil, a communal meal of seafood, sausage, corn, potatoes, and Cajun seasonings, has long been a staple in the U.S. south.

Pick a catch, sauce, and level of spiciness, then wait for a large plastic bag (or two) of steamed succulent seafood, corn and potatoes soaked in spices. Eating out of a bag with butter dipping, juices dripping, and finger licking can be a bit messy, so break out the napkins and

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New food truck serving up Cajun favorites

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BERNE, Ind. (WANE) — A new food truck is hitting the streets of Adams, Wells and Jay counties to serve up classic Cajun dishes.

Cajun Café food truck of Berne features popular Louisiana cuisine including gumbo, crawfish etouffee, jambalaya, red beans and rice, crawfish pies and catfish po’boys. The entrees are all under $10.

René LeBlanc owns the truck with his wife, Rena LeBlanc. René is a southern Louisiana native with more than 20 years of experience as a Cajun chef.

The couple

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