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Unread 05-01-2013, 11:11 PM   #16
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Almost forgot... If your friend makes it to the French Market, have her visit Loretta's Pralines. I have been know to purchase them by the box and give them away to friends:
http://www.lorettaspralines.com/
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Unread 05-02-2013, 01:55 AM   #17
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I live about 10 miles from the Jack Millers plant. Even better if you add a little brown sugar and heat it up!!

If you want the really good stuff, your friend is gonna have to venture away from NOLA.
Highly recommend jalapeno pork sausage, boudin, tasso. And when I say boudin, I don't mean the stuff that is mass produced and put into the pretty little packages. I mean the stuff that is made daily and sold by the pound. This is the real boudin, and its sold through little grocery stores and slaughter houses throughout south Louisiana.

Here is a link to a guy I went to HS with. He won best boudin this past year. His store is about 2 miles from my home.
http://www.tboysboudin.com/

There are many other places that sell great boudin. As a general rule of thumb and my experiences, if its sold by the link then its not good. The best boudin is always sold by the pound. And theres only one place to get it.

Here is another place that I have heard that is good, but have not Personally tried:
http://www.beststopinscott.com/

There are many more, just google and call. A lot of places will ship. I have hooked up some relatives from Houston who now gets their real handmade sausage shipped to their home.
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Unread 05-03-2013, 10:00 AM   #18
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Thank you all you wonderful Brethen! I just placed an order through Cajun Grocer because the lady going did not want to bring back any liquids, I did however ask her to pick some rubs and seasonings along with beans and sausages, she is sending that back with the executives on the corporate jet, Hell I did not even know we had a corporate jet!
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A thank you from here as well!
I'm sure all the suggestions will make our upcoming trip better!!

Feel free to keep the suggestions coming!!

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Lord if she can get real boudin by all means get it. I've had it once and the stuff that they sell here in Alabama just ain't the same. I'd give my left pinky toe to have a whole case of it in my fridge. Cold food may not be an option though.
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If you're in the Shreveport/Bossier City area stop by Kroger and get some Blue Hawg BBQ Sauce. It is a Louisiana made BBQ Sauce. This is our grocery label of the Double D's BBQ Sauce we sell at trade shows and on the world wide webs.

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Have your friend get you some File powder. If you like Gumbo File takes it to a whole different level.
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Have your friend get you some File powder. If you like Gumbo File takes it to a whole different level.
Just get a sassafras tree and make your own file from the leaves. I do this every year(pain in the *** to make) but worth the results.
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If you're in the Shreveport/Bossier City area stop by Kroger and get some Blue Hawg BBQ Sauce. It is a Louisiana made BBQ Sauce. This is our grocery label of the Double D's BBQ Sauce we sell at trade shows and on the world wide webs.

I made the mistake of opening one of the pickle jars at work and it was gone in a flash. Took the other 5 jars home. Gonna get the sauce on some ribs tomorrow. Glad to know my Shreveport connection works.
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Yeah, Craig tried the sauce and bought seven jars and five jars of pickles! LOL!!!


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I guess we take the beans for granted. If you get white beans, try this:

Get 1.5 lb of head-on shrimp. Peel, reserving shells.
Use shells to make a shrimp stock.
Cook beans in shrimp stock with bay leaves, onions, and bell pepper.
Add one cap of liquid crab boil.
When beans are tender, add peeled shrimp and just cook them through.
Season with Tony Cachere's and serve over LA jasmine rice.
I wish I would have thought of dis!
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All of the best boudin is west of Baton Rouge. Best Stop and Poche's are good. I haven't tried T-Boys, but Mowata is my favorite so far.

Poche's duck sausage is awesome and I dare you to try chaudin.
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I wish I would have thought of dis!
Shrimp and White Beans is an old New Orleans dish that the Catholics could eat during lent.
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I dare you to try chaudin.
Boy howdy you tell me where I can get some shipped and I personally would eat it! Cajun haggis sounds awesome.
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If you're in the Shreveport/Bossier City area stop by Kroger and get some Blue Hawg BBQ Sauce. It is a Louisiana made BBQ Sauce. This is our grocery label of the Double D's BBQ Sauce we sell at trade shows and on the world wide webs.

Next time I'm in Shreveport I will buy some. We gotta get you off the bottom shelf next to the nacho cheese
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