The last thing I expected to find in a remote, seaside Newfoundland village was authentic Cajun and fusion food. With a summer population of around 250 and a winter population of 170, Grates Cove is just about the smallest town we’ve been to. It’s so small, there are no grocery stores, and just one restaurant. And it specializes in Cajun food.
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