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How to make Cajun cracklins

From Youtube.com - Posted: Oct 14, 2009 - 33,804 views
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How to make Cajun cracklins
How to make Cajun cracklins
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Regan Breaux shows how he cooks pork cracklins. Cracklins are a Cajun tradition in South Louisiana. This was shot for finding flavors.com at the Voice of the Wetlands festival in Houma, La.
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