Bearcat World Tour offers taste of diverse dishes
“This is basically a cultural project for the kids and a chance for the community to see what the kids are doing and sample some of the food,” said Margarita Cazenave, a Spanish teacher at RHS.
“We’re trying to represent all French, Spanish and German-speaking countries, and all of our kids who take the languages are somehow involved.”
There will be flan, black beans and rice to represent the Spanish-speaking countries. The French Club will offer crepes and beignets and is also covering French-speaking South Louisiana, so gumbo should be on the menu.