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dischNoutTAspd
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Boudin in Houston


Anyone know of any trust worthy places to get boudin ? Thanks






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Tiger Ryno
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my pants...



























sorry....you walked right into that one






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TexasTiger05
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We'd just stop at Don's or Best Stop on the way back to Houston. Maybe Hebert's has some?





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yellowfin
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No





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TigerWise
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Herbert's. I've also seen it at some grocery stores as well.





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dischNoutTAspd
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Thanks





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OTIS2
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Zummo's boudain....(their spelling, not mine)





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yellowfin
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Herbert's. I've also seen it at some grocery stores as well.



Hebert's carried frozen Richard's boudin, I guess if you really needed it that would do






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TexasTiger05
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Yea, that's why we'd buy some every time we came back to Houston. They have Richard's in the grocery store too.

Just a wild stretch, but would they possibly make it at Central Market?






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LSUFanNTX
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There's a meat market in Taylor Lake Village (Clear Lake area) that has had it. Bay Area Meats.





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Salmon
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it's "boudain" in Texas...





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TexasTiger05
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I don't know that place. I do know Abe's, do they sell it?





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yellowfin
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Just a wild stretch, but would they possibly make it at Central Market?



I doubt it, I've threw around the idea of opening a true cajun meat market in the Houston area....Like a Don's in the middle of town






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Uncle JackD
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Seems like a pretty fail proof idea with all the LA folks living in Houston nowadays.





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MAROON
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you might give this a try
LINK

I think Pete's Fine meats on Richmond carries Poche's frozen.

There is also a small grocery store on Almeda called Pyburns
LINK

also looks like there is another place that looks to be located in a war zone

LINK






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yellowfin
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I'd be worried people would just assume it sucks since it's in Houston like I probably would





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jimithing11
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my pants...



was that supposed to be an attempt at humor?






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Uncle JackD
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I'd be worried people would just assume it sucks since it's in Houston like I probably would
Good point. Word of mouth would build it up though.






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dischNoutTAspd
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I need a place to hold me over til I can get back to Louisiana





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ATL TGR
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quote:


also looks like there is another place that looks to be located in a war zone


Good description






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