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Can you explain the "Trinity" as it relates to Cajun cooking?
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I didn't know what the 'trinity' was so I cheated.
I can't explain it in terms of Cajun cookery, but I can explain it in terms om my own cookery because I use it all the time: bell pepper (I mostly use green), red onion and white celery, for colour, flavour and texture.
The 'Trinity' in cajun cooking is 3 basic items; onion, green peppers, and celery. It is the root flavors for authentic cajun receipes.
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