ACH176: Catholics have had a tremendous impact on American food from the beginning. Tom and Noëlle Crowe explore a handful of these contributions, from wine and cheese at the California missions to Cajun and creole food in Louisiana to the Filet-o-Fish in McDonalds to muskrat dinners in the midwest and more
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- The History of Detroit Catholics’ Muskrat-Eating Tradition
- True and Delectable: The History of Creole Cooking
- Where to Eat: Cajun or Creole in New Orleans
- The Tragic Way Monterey Jack Cheese Got Its Name
- West Virginia’s State Food: The Pepperoni Roll
- Filet-O-Fish – Wikipedia
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