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Ole Geauxt
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re: New Orleans Boudin


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Better to fry, grill or my expertise, smoke them?

if on the grill, be careful, it cooks and dries fast..

closest to original way is in rice cooker, or my preferred way, sitting in a collander with the collander sitting in a big pot of boiling water..(sorta steamin') Make sure the water level doesn't reach the boudin..



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TigerWise
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If your expertise is smoking then do that.





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Jambo
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re: New Orleans Boudin


Best boudin by FAR in NOLA is going to be at Butcher. They sell 4 links to a pack, already cryovac'd to go. It's really good stuff.





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LSUPHILLY72
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re: New Orleans Boudin


Food Network- NOLA Boudin





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jose canseco
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re: New Orleans Boudin


Gourmet Butcher Block on the west bank.





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RedPop4
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Believe it, or not, but Rouse's homemade stuff, in the specialty butcher case is actually rather decent. We enjoy it, my friends and I, but that's just us New Orleans suburbanites who also get out to other parts of the state.





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RhodeIslandRed
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re: New Orleans Boudin


Here is the best. You cannot order online, but call them and they will ship to you.

LINK






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CHEDBALLZ
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re: New Orleans Boudin


I like it steamed.
I like it heated the microwave
I love it smoked
I love it grilled
I like it broiled
I even like it cold out the fridge

I LOVE BOUDIN






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Martini
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re: New Orleans Boudin


But the real question is does anyone eat the casing?





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Stadium Rat
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re: New Orleans Boudin


quote:

Believe it, or not, but Rouse's homemade stuff, in the specialty butcher case is actually rather decent. We enjoy it, my friends and I, but that's just us New Orleans suburbanites who also get out to other parts of the state.

This is me.






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TigerstuckinMS
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But the real question is does anyone eat the casing?





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CHEDBALLZ
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But the real question is does anyone eat the casing?


I do if its smoked or grilled. If it's steamed I don't.






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mouton
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It's already cooked Jed so all you have to do is reheat . I either heat in a pan with a little water or throw it in the oven for a bit. The oven will produce a crisp casing.





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JohnZeroQ
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Best Boudin IMO


But NOLA isn't the place for good boudin. As everyone else stated SWLA






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Jed Clampett
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Member since Aug 2012
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Never even tried the stuff however cannot wait to try it out. Between that and the Jamb recipes I have picked up here, looks like the dividends are already payin off joinin the SEC!





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fatboydave
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re: New Orleans Boudin


Cant imagine there being any decent boudin in NO. Might be ok for tourists that dont know any better.





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mworld938
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I like Butcher. I have not been west of Laffy though.





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