The good folks at Teet’s Food Store sent me a fine selection of their products including some smoked sausages and boudin. Pictured is their Pork Jalapeno Cheese Sausage.
We recently received a shipment of various smoked sausage and boudin from Borque Specialties in Port Barre La (thanks guys!). I’ve started making my way through some of their fine sausage products but after sampling their boudin, I knew that it was going to be the first product we reviewed for the site.
I love all things Cajun/Creole and as luck would have it, there are some fine styles of sausage that come out of Louisiana. Unfortunately it can be difficult to find decent LA products in my market but from time to time I trip across one so I counted myself lucky one day as I was walking through Ingle’s market to find some Savoie’s Andouille Hickory Smoked Sausage.
Although Boudin isn’t uniquely Cajun (or Creole), if you say boudin I automatically think of Cajun food which is actually boudin blanc..the white (no blood) sausage of Louisiana that consists of pork, rice and seasonings. I realize there are other variations but it’s the boudin I have known. The beauty of boudin in Louisiana is …