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gmrkr5
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Jambalaya Sausage
Cooking a big jamb before thanksgiving and wanting to try a different sausage.

What is everyone using? Verons I assume is the favorite?

Anybody got any experience with the stuff from the mowata store?


heypaul
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
My favorite is andouille.
More specific from Don's Hardware & Country Store in Reserve, La.

But any good local smoked sausage or andouille will work.


MorbidTheClown
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
quote:

Verons I assume is the favorite?


definitely "MY" favorite


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gmrkr5
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
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But any good local smoked sausage or andouille will work.



right.. May just stick with Jerry Lees. It's good sausage, but kinda oily for jamb. Gotta skim more than I like...
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doubletap
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Tee Wayne's smoked sausage


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LSUsmartass
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Verons used to be my go to...I recently tried French Settlement in a gumbo and may never go back to Verons. I could have literally ate a sausage only gumbo with French Settlement.


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AlwysATgr
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Rabideauxs smoked andouille.

But anything from Eunice, Ville PLatte ought to be very good. LA has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to food.


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t00f
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
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Verons


Dats my goto


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sleepytime
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Benoit’s green onion sausage ain’t bad.


Dale Doubak
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Mathernes brand in Laplace smoked sausage and baileys andouille


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OTIS2
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Rabadeauxs.
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Stadium Rat
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
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Verons I assume is the favorite?

Veron's from Lutcher is very good, but the supermarket Veron's is a different animal. Might be my choice if I couldn't get Laplace andouille like Bailey's or one of the others.


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re: Jambalaya Sausage
DD


CHEDBALLZ
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Same, the supermarket stuff is great, the mass produced is okay. My wife likes Conecuh, I like it to. My Uncle sometimes cooks fresh sausage and I like that too.


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timbo
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
What's the name of those folks that sell smoked sausage inside of the farmer's market in downtown Baton Rouge on Saturday? Cutrer's maybe? They have solid stuff. Use them all the time for beans, gumbo, etc.
Iverstine's on Perkins has really good stuff. I made a jambalaya with their andouille for the LSU-Bama game. They make good boudin with a lot of spice.


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GeauxGoose
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
I love the down home sausage green onion (made in stonewall outside Shreveport), but it may not be available to you


KyrieElaison
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Teets pure pork sausage


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malvin
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
What you doing in mowata baw? Come drink a beer next time

Their sausage is ok. But if in that area I would suggest going to colemans in iota, the superette in Eunice, tboys in mamou (or their satellite store in Eunice), or anywhere in Ville Platte.

My favorite is colemans. It's not overly smoked and great flavor. If you go there get some stuffed pork chops as well.


Prosecuted Collins
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
I'm from Ville Platte and it hurts my feelings to say this.

I had a real good smoked link from the new Bluebonnet Rouses. Def better than store bought Savoies or the other BR meat markets.


haricot rouge
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re: Jambalaya Sausage
Don's smoked sausage is very good and the cheapest around if you buy 5 lb pack. WJ's Smokehouse and Benoit's are great in jambalaya, but pricey if making a big pot.


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