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Old 01-31-2013, 04:48 PM   #1
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We just had another Cajun meat market open here. This makes two. It's great not to have to haul it back from down South!









Going to try to work out way through most of the menu!

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Old 01-31-2013, 04:58 PM   #2
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That menu is the coolest thing I've seen today.

I've been wanting to make boudin - I've only had it a couple times and I farking loved it.
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Old 01-31-2013, 05:04 PM   #3
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That menu is the coolest thing I've seen today.

I've been wanting to make boudin - I've only had it a couple times and I farking loved it.
The rice content was a little high in this boudin. The other place we buy from (Mojo's) keeps the rice content to around 3% which is great!
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Hey Toast, if that last picture is Bergeron's Boudin, those large pieces of meat in the contents are not standard processing in Cajun Boudin. Those pieces of pork are much too large. But I must admit, the rest of it looks great.

"ENJOY".....
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Hey Toast, if that last picture is Bergeron's Boudin, those large pieces of meat in the contents are not standard processing in Cajun Boudin. Those pieces of pork are much too large. But I must admit, the rest of it looks great.

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I thought they were large too. The boudin we get from Mojo's is finely chopped seasoned pork with very little rice.

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Old 01-31-2013, 06:17 PM   #6
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good I miss cajun cuisine...closest I can get in NJ is Spanish / Portuguese in Ironbound Newark.
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Man, I'd love to hit some of that! That chicken & sausage gumbo is calling my name, too!
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Wow, that looks great!
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Yeah I've never seen chunks of meat that big before either. Wouldn't slow me down though! Man give me a couple of links, some saltine crackers, and a big glass of sweet tea and I've got a meal! Love that stuff.
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Man, I love boudin!!! I always had to wait for a guy to come through here from Louisiana to get some. The other day I did find some at one of the Wall-Marts around the area though. It actually carries some that aint too bad. I was pretty excited to find that.
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Man, I love boudin!!! I always had to wait for a guy to come through here from Louisiana to get some. The other day I did find some at one of the Wall-Marts around the area though. It actually carries some that aint too bad. I was pretty excited to find that.
WalMart stores here carry Zummo's Boudin, out of Beaumont. It is actually pretty good stuff. I buy it fresh when I go to Port Arthur, and up here, it is one of the few things that will get me inside a WalMart.

Indirect heat on the redhead, until the skin is nice an crispy is my way. Done that way, you can eat the whole thing, skin and all.

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man, i wish i had a place around here to get some good cajun grub.
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Here is some of Mojo's boudin (with older camera):





Notice the low rice content.
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^^^^^^ That looks Awsome
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