The gifts that the wise-men brought to the Christ in Bethlehem were not gold, frankincense, and myrrh. It was, in fact, gumbo, boudin, and boiled crawfish.
We’ve all heard the story of the birth of Jesus, often depicted in nativity scenes around Christmas time. Recent studies have shown that the gifts that the wise-men brought to the Christ in Bethlehem were not gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
In fact, the King of Kings was offered nothing but the best. The three wise men followed the North star all the way to Bethlehem, traveling hundreds of miles, in order to bring baby Jesus Cajun food. Historians have proven this in recent times. He was brought nothing but the best boudin from Billeaud’s, a homemade pot of chicken & sausage gumbo, and 10lbs of boiled crawfish (large grade) from Chez Francois.
There was also no room at the inn because they had recently had a fundraiser, $5 plate lunches benefiting the church as they needed a new roof. It does make sense that they would bring food instead of perfume, oil, and gold. I mean, Jesus was sleeping in a animal food trough, so it’s not like oil and herbs are going to be helpful. Mais la! C’est ce bon!
Here is more evidence supporting the idea that Jesus was Cajun:
- He liked to serve fish to his friends.
- He could make his own wine.
- He wasn’t afraid of water.
- He lived at home until he was 33.
- He was always telling stories
- He fed an entire crowd of people even those there was no food.
- Even though he was dead, he still got back up because he had more work to do.
If you enjoyed this story, you might enjoy the story about how meemaw got arrested for putting tomatoes in the goddamn gumbo again.