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LSU Tigershark
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
You probably know my wife's family in VP then. Probably even voted for my FIL couple years ago


amo3822
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
i'm relatively new to TD but I imagine i would know her family, last name?

small town but it is home


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JJBTiger2012
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Tigershark I can guarantee that I know your inlaws! it's VP, I know everyone and everyone know me. It isn't much to talk about but gdammit I love Evangeline parish. I haven't lived there for several yrs now because of work but I go as often as I can. All of the good eats you want, good olé Ville plattions, and plenty of old charter to go around


keoki010
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Manda used to be decent but,,,they changed the way they grind it and now using wieners is the same. Just my opinion.


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Rando
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
I've been buying a fair amount of sausage from riverside in plaquemine and bourque's over in krotz springs.


Alleman
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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bourque's over in krotz springs

Isn't Bourque's in Port Barre' or are there two of them?


JJBTiger2012
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Mels on Hwy 13 between Eunice and Mamou is better than Teets.


LSU Tigershark
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
B&S

Geez, helluva bump
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AlxTgr
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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plenty of old charter to go around
Still? I've had to move on.


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Rando
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Sorry. Port Barre.

Always mix them up.


heatom2
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Just reread this whole thread, the fact that the name Manda comes up at all blows my mind.


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Homey the Clown
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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Mels on Hwy 13 between Eunice and Mamou


Picked up a smoked pounce from there about a month ago. It was delicious. First time ive ever stopped there. It shall not be the last.

I didnt get any sausage so i cant say whether or not teets is better, but if i were a betting man, id bet on teets being better.


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tigerbass
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
This.


GREENHEAD22
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
I remember this thread, looks like I will be making a trip to VP when I head to laffy in a couple weekends.


Uncle JackD
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Teets is GOAT IMO but Lejeunes in Eunice makes some really solid sausage and ponce too.


doliss
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Member since Sep 2009
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
Living in Virginia I always keep an eye out for new stuff. Going to give Teets a try, shipping is about 3x as much as Savoie's. Guess i'll see if it's worth it


Uncle JackD
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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Savoie's
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Teets


Apples n oranges... seriously. No comparison. Savoies is a glorified wiener imo


Ham Brown
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
As a guy that grew up in Cenla not far from Ville Platte and Mamou I think T-Boys in Mamou and Teet's both have great sausage.

I lived in the Lake Charles area where Market Basket and Rabideaux's had the best smoked sausage.

I have been in the Lafayette area for 6 years now and struggled to find a decent smoked sausage there as they prefer fresh/green in that area. They do have some great fresh sausage like the ribeye sausage at Nunu's and their other fresh varieties. Recently Cajun Market Meats opened in Youngsville and they are the closest to what I grew up with. Most of the Lafayette "smoked sausages" taste like they let it sit in the smoke for five minutes, the Cajun Market Meats has a legit smoke flavor. When I first moved to Lafayette my new friends wondered why my gumbo was so much better than theirs, it was because I was buying real smoked sausage from Market Basket or Rabideaux's or getting somebody else to buy some when they passed through.
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AlxTgr
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
I don't know of much in Rapides. I know I can get Rabideaux's at Sam's sometimes. The butcher that processes my deer makes great deer sausage, so I guess I should try their regular pork sausage.


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Uncle JackD
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re: Louisiana Smoked Sausage
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Recently Cajun Market Meats opened in Youngsville and they are the closest to what I grew up with. Most of the Lafayette "smoked sausages" taste like they let it sit for five minutes, the Cajun Market Meats has a legit smoke flavor
Good to know.. I live a couple miles from there.


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