The Creole Controversy in New Orleans

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"Creole" is thought of as a defining word in Louisiana.  Recently a magazine writer who denied that Creoles exist became as unpopular as FEMA, insurance companies or people who deal with levees. But that doesn't mean it's easy to determine exactly what "Creole" means. That's according to a New York Times journalist, the only food writer to go to New Orleans after Katrina.

Credits

Guest:
Kim Severson - New York Times - @kimseverson

Host:
Sara Terry

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Dan Konecky