Cajun French: Couillon Unearthly Musings

Feb 10, 2011 · Well, couillon (pronounced: koo-yon), means imbecile, fool, crazy person, or funny person. It can also be used as an adjective that would mean foolish, crazy, or funny. When I decided to rewrite this entire book, I thought to myself, “I’m a couillon! Who rewrites an entire story when they have so much already written?!”…

COUVILLION

Couvillion /'COO-vee-ohn/: A thick, rich fish stew most often prepared with CATFISH thickened with ROUX. Or, in our case, a genuine southern restaurant in the heart of Louisville's Germantown neighborhood. In the 1700s, Acadians were forced from their homes in Nova Scotia and traveled all the way down to Southwest Louisiana.…

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Jul 20, 2016 · Order Catering Now BBQ IS NOT ALL WE DO, MERCI BEAUCOUP! Barbeque Seafood Stuffed Potatoes We Don’t Do Small Well! At Cou-Yon’s, our Smoked Meats and homemade BBQ sauces blend legendary South Texas BBQ flavors and Cajun flair for zesty, mouth-waterin’ goodness that will keep you comin’ back. If BBQ doesn’t suit your fancy, enjoy […]…