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Pepperidge
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Slidell
Member since Apr 2011
3384 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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Double D


maybe for a womans, tits...

but for sausage that shite is nasty


LSU2001
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Member since Nov 2007
1368 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
I make all my cured and smoked meats here at home. Much better quality than you can buy and I know exactly what is in them. It took awhile to learn the process but I enjoy making the sausage, tasso, bacon and even the occasional ham. I am currently trying to perfect a good boudin recipe but keep ending up with wet and mushy product. I will get it eventually but until then I eat my mistakes.


CajunAlum Tiger Fan
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The Great State of Louisiana
Member since Jan 2008
6955 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
If you are going to make the trip to VP, try sausage from a few places besides Teets. I like B&S a little more than Teets, but they are all better than mass produced stuff, especially if you like heavy smoke.



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PapaPogey
LSU Fan
Dulac, LA
Member since Apr 2008
36865 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Didn't realize Mandas was so frowned upon. I use it quick jambalaya dishes because the hot Mandas is HOT and adds a great flavor. I don't use it for anything else though.


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BACONisMEATcandy
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Member since Dec 2007
45833 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
They sell it at the Sam's up here. I buy it 60lbs on a regular basis and fly it up here in a suitcase.

There's a TSA lady who laughs at me everytime


Spankum
LSU Fan
Miss-sippi
Member since Jan 2007
46455 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
It is against my better judgment to ask this, but does anyone know if I can get some teets in Mississippi?


junkfunky
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
frick sausage, where can I find the best bratwurst?


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junkfunky
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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fishbaja2
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
188 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Wisconsin has best brats. Learned this on Wisconsin LSU game trip. Johnsonville sold here is great, we did taste test at last LSU home game and everyone liked brats more than the variety of smoked sausages we grilled. We will be having brats at the deer camp this year if not grilling vines


LongueCarabine
LSU Fan
Pointe Aux Pins, LA
Member since Jan 2011
4731 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
T-Boy's - Pine Point and Eunice
Country Meat Block - Opelousas
Teet's - Ville Platte

In that order.

LC
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AlwysATgr
LSU Fan
Katy, TX
Member since Apr 2008
8337 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
IMO, there's really two categories:
1) Massed produced and sold in stores
2) Local smokehouse produced

For #1, I like Manda (hate all you want) but it does have a good, mesquite flavor to it and is preferred above the others (Richards, Savoies, Double-D, Conecuh). I also think Rouses' brand is better than any of these; very underrated. I can buy Manda at Fiesta here in Katy.

For #2, I like Rabideaux's. Just picked-up 6 pounds and a 1.5 lb of tasso last Lord's Day. Gumbo weather's comin'!

Here's a link to a related thread I started a few years back.

LINK


Volt
Houston Astros Fan
Midway Island (N. Pacific Ocean)
Member since Nov 2009
2086 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Cutrer's in Kentwood, LA.
It doesn't get any better than their smoked sausage.

Unless you bring them some venison and have that made into sausage. You'll slap your momma.



CSATiger
LSU Fan
The Battlefield
Member since Aug 2010
4839 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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Down Home Smoke Sausage out of Stonewall, LA is my go to.


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Signal Soldier
USA Fan
30.411994,-91.183929
Member since Dec 2010
6702 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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It is against my better judgment to ask this, but does anyone know if I can get some teets in Mississippi?



They ship to MS. Right around 24 bucks for shipping I think and minimum purchase of $30


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Masterag
Texas A&M Fan
'Round Dallas
Member since Sep 2014
11833 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Not in LA, but if you ever find yourself in Needville, TX, there's a place called Lad's that has some damn good sausage.


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tigerbass
LSU Fan
SE Louisiana hill country
Member since Sep 2016
119 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Paw Galons from Cutrers slaughter house In Kentwood.


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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Here
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50354 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage


I buy mine from Oak Grove Smokehouse.


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CHEDBALLZ
New Orleans Saints Fan
South Central LA
Member since Dec 2009
14948 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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I am currently trying to perfect a good boudin recipe but keep ending up with wet and mushy product. I will get it eventually but until then I eat my mistakes


Undercooked your rice by about 5 minutes and add it to your pork cold.


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amo3822
Member since Sep 2015
335 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
it obviously gets better, just order from Teets online


amo3822
Member since Sep 2015
335 posts

re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Comical, you cant outcook me that's for dammmmm sure. Rice and gravy, you may be able to hold my spoon or grab me another beer while I cook the most fiya food you have ever had.


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