Friday, January 2, 2009

Poche's Boudin

Boudin. Pronounced "boo-DAN." Boudin is a sausage made from a blend of pork, rice, onion, parsley and green onion. Traditionally, the pork was organ meats, but that is rarely the case in boudins sold in grocery stores or quick stops. While boudin can be eaten with a fork or cut open and eaten like a dressing, locally it is usually eaten by raking a portion of the sausage out of its casing between one's teeth. (It can thus be eaten with one hand while the other hand holds a cold drink.) Taken from

This is the look of complete satisfaction. Man! Was that crawfish etoufee good!

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