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I was in New Iberia a few days ago and tasted some food cooked by Roland Romero. I wasn't sure if he was a good cook or if it was the seasoning. After many trips back to the table for more, I finally decided it was a combination of both.
Natchitoches, La USA - Monday, November 08, 2004 at 19:43:55 (CST)
Hey guys, first off, let me congratulate you for making the best seasoning I have ever tasted. My name is Parrish Husband, I was born in New Orleans, LA. where nearly all my family resides. For years, I have traveled around the world with my father becase of the worldwide oil market. My father and I both love to cook, and we would often try and find a seasoning that lived up to our own standards. It was very difficult to acquire local Louisiana seasonings from across the globe, so we settled on buying a case of Tony's whenever we were in town. I have tried various seasonings from different parts of the world, all with unique and distinct flavors. I have also tried nearly every local seasoning I could find in all of Louisiana, however it was a trip to the 'Transmission Shop' in Lafayette that completely raised the bar on seasonings. I was hanging out in the lounge, and I noticed a half empty can of 'Bon Caca' on the table. I chuckled to myself at the name, and the description on the can, then decided to test it out. I didnt have any food to put it on, but just like many times before I poured a small amount into my palm, and proceeded to down it in a swift movement. Gradually, the flavor began to fill my entire mouth, and I was shocked that not only was it salted PERFECTLY, it tasted awesome. I quickly interrogated an employee about the birthplace of this mystery seasoning, however he could not offer me much assisstance. He told me I could have the can, and I did not have any propblems with that at all. When I returned to Sugar Land, TX. I used it on just about everything I ate. That little can of seasoning, emptied quicker than a school on friday. I did not share this first can with my father, because I knew he would love it as much as I did. Instead, I hid it up in my room, using it at my own disposal, until...I ran out. Dinner for the next two weeks consisted of very bland meals, and I just couldn't bear not to have it. I planned a trip to Lafayette, as soon as I found a legitimate excuse for going, and as soon as I got into town, I made a mental note not to leave the state without my 'Bon Caca'! A few days before my departure, I drove to the transmission shop, and demanded to know where they had purchased the "Nectar of the Gods" as I had now dubbed it. I spoke with a fellow whose name eludes me at this moment, who buys it from you guys regularly. I told him about the first can, and he seemed to be empathetic to my cause. anyway, he ordered me a can, and I drove back to Texas a happy guy. When I arrived, I plopped the can up on the counter in front of my dad and said "This is it, the search is over". We proceeded to put it all over the shrimp we happened to be eating that night, and when we were done he said, "I think you're right". He is just as enthusiastic as I am about getting more of this miracle seasoning, and I am hoping to convince a local grocery store over here to order it. Anyway, just thought I would let you guys know how much you rock! I am running a bit low though, so I may have to get a case shipped over here pronto. Keep up the good work. Sincerely, Parrish
Parrish <>
Sugar Land, TX USA - Thursday, September 23, 2004 at 21:20:45 (CDT)
NEW IBERIA, LA. USA - Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 14:38:58 (CDT)
Hey need to get some of the coon-ass flavor out to Texas. I'll help you spread the word!
Jared Lancon <>
Fort Worth , TX USA - Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 16:36:20 (CDT)
Hey Troy!! I just saw the site, its GREAT!! Beth in Cal sent it to me. I am still nursing my first can of Bon Caca you gave me awhile back. Best of luck to you Cuz. Your Cousin Danny
Danny Harper <>
Carriere, Ms. USA - Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 22:03:08 (CDT)
I was sent a link to your site from your aunts frineds the Broome's in FL. Sounds like a great product. Can't wait to try it on my next road kill or the rattlesnake stew we have on Sundays! Good luck. Kareen Johnson
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Boca Raton, FL USA - Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 07:36:52 (CDT)
Troy, can't wait to try the product. Your Aunt Faye shared the website with me. Much success to you and Bon Caca. Signed, The Broomes who are missing New Iberia cooking
Marie & Brian Broome <>
Lake Worth, FL USA - Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 06:52:49 (CDT)
This sure helps a transplanted Louisiana girl keep the Cajun taste alive and well in Florida!
Leigh Herring <>
Atlantic Beach, FL USA - Monday, July 12, 2004 at 15:46:48 (CDT)
Thanks to our friends Don and Nannette Broussard we found this site! Site is great, and look forward to trying your seasoning! Bon Appetite all! Donna Rae
Donna Rae
lafayette, la USA - Sunday, May 02, 2004 at 20:30:32 (CDT)
Troy, As you know I have sent your Bon CaCa to friends and relatives all over the U.S. as part of their Christmas present. They are all calling for more. They love it, We love it!!! Keep up the good work!!! Ingrid
Ingrid David <>
Lafayette, La. USA - Monday, April 12, 2004 at 15:43:28 (CDT)
My nephew loves this stuff on red neck snappin turtle.
Mickey Bellott <>
New Iberia, LA USA - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 21:22:41 (CST)
Awesome site Brother< nice job, need more pictures of me!
Tim Green <>
New Iberia, la USA - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 18:47:26 (CST)
Now EVERYONE will know what Troy's loved ones always knew!!! Bon Caca is the taste of South Louisiana!!! Bon Caca is gettin out of its little town!!! Love you guys!!! Me
Me <>
Del Mar, CA USA - Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 15:44:33 (CST)
Troy - congratulations on the launch of the new site! Love you guys!
Mary E.
San Mateo, CA USA - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 22:45:10 (CST)