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Cajun, Creole cultures shape Louisiana bayou cuisine

Despite the fact that Avery Island is not really an island at all, it’s still a Louisiana bayou hotspot. The island—technically a 2,200-square-acre salt dome surrounded by canals, marshes and bayous—is most notable as home of Tabasco’s headquarters and production facilities. Get to know Avery Island's history and culinary culture.

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