Jambalaya, crawfish pie, me-o my-o! We're going to have big fun, or at least some great food, down on the bayou. Cajun food is one of the few uniquely American cuisines, rising out of the French cuisine brought by the Acadians and the ingredients and dishes of the locals they encountered, both Native American and Spanish. It can range from mild to burn-your-mouth-off, but always involves strong, delicious flavors. These recipes are a great way to bring classic Louisiana taste to your kitchen.