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Justin Wilson's Cajun Humor
     

Justin Wilson's Cajun Humor

by Justin Wilson, Howard Jacobs (With)
 

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Justin Wilson, the world's greatest spinner of
Cajun tales, and Howard Jacobs, a leading authority on Cajun dialects, combine their rare talents in this rollicking anthology of Cajun humor.
For more than forty-five years the delight of audiences around the country,
the exceptionally neighborly and friendly Justin Wilson is without peer in his mastery of

Overview

Justin Wilson, the world's greatest spinner of
Cajun tales, and Howard Jacobs, a leading authority on Cajun dialects, combine their rare talents in this rollicking anthology of Cajun humor.
For more than forty-five years the delight of audiences around the country,
the exceptionally neighborly and friendly Justin Wilson is without peer in his mastery of the distinctive Cajun patois and the stories Cajun joie de vivre . Nattily decked out in string ties, flop-brimmed Panama hat, and flaming red suspenders, and punctuating his stories with a booming "I
ga-ron-tee!," Wilson projects authentic Cajun Humor instantly recognized by anyone who has visited the Louisiana bayou country.

Wilson, whose tales have been recorded on numerous best-selling albums, is also the author of More Cajun Humor , and Justin Wilson's
Cajun Fables , as well as many cookbooks, including The Justin
Wilson Cookbook , The Justin Wilson Cookbook #2: Cookin'
Cajun , The Justin Wilson Gourmet and Gourmand Cookbook ,
Justin Wilson's Outdoor Cooking with Inside Help , all published by Pelican.
Howard Jacobs, a widely read columnist with The New Orleans
Times-Picayune , is the co-author of Justin Wilson's Cajun
Humor, and author of Cajun Laugh-in.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780882893174
Publisher:
Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/31/1974
Pages:
132
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

Justin Wilson, always dapper in suspenders and a bow tie, was the author of several books. He starred in three acclaimed cooking series that aired on more than 300 PBS stations nationwide. The Cajun comedian produced 27 comedy albums that charmed audiences and, at one point, even outsold Elvis Presley. Wilson passed away on September 6, 2001, but his spirit lives on through the recipes he shared and the programs he made during his lifetime, which continue to air on PBS affiliates.

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