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For Immediate Release

CHEF PRUDHOMME’S CAJUN LEGACY THRIVES IN LANCASTER COUNTY

Lancaster County Celebrates its “Southern Bayou” Connection with Mystery, Food and Fun.

Locals and tourist alike celebrate as Lancaster County Tours and Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen team up to put together a weekend filled with intrigue, fine food and great fun. Local innkeepers say that a sudden demand for epicurean experiences has dictated this new twist on last years popular Cajun Event.

The excitement begins on Friday night July 8, 2011 with a “getting to know you evening” filled with intrigue and mystery at the Artist’s Inn. Listen closely to the clues as we dive into this Cajun themed murder mystery. Wear your beads and face mask to this one, for your hosts have planned a suspenseful evening.

David and Sharon Prudhomme, owners of Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen, prepare Cajun food in the style of David’s uncle, Chef Paul Prudhomme from Louisiana. Known for his many best-selling cookbooks and exploration of spices, this flamboyant chef was responsible for sharing the love of his home cuisine with the rest of the world, teaching us not only the magic of the food, but the magic of the people of the region as well.

On Saturday, we’ll be dining alfresco at the Harvest Moon, when a little bit of Cajun country comes to New Holland. Sharon Prudhomme will demonstrate Cajun cooking and why it is as much fun to prepare as it is to eat. She’ll share tips on how you can make these dishes at home.

Cost is $100 per person and includes the murder mystery dinner, Saturday lunch, a welcome gift and party hats and beads.  So, grab your friends and head to Lancaster County - Cajun Country is closer than you think!

To make sure you don’t miss this special event, contact:


Jan Garrabrandt at 1.888.999.4479 or www.artistinn.com

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