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  • My friend Michael told me it was called boudain that’s boo-dan for folks outside of the South and his brother made it in the small meat market he owned in Port Arthur, Texas.

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  • Sanders said the Salem UMC Juneteenth celebration will include lots of food, such as boudain, sausage links, hamburgers, chips and more, as well as games and activities for the children.

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  • I tried lots of new foods: boudain, frog legs, alligator, craw fish and real Louisiana bread pudding.

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  • The company ships boudain sausage nationally through a contract with Wal-Mart and its meat products regionally through other contracts.

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  • Inc., poses for a portrait with boudain sausage at his plant in Beaumont on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006.

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  • The barbecue menu will make a person's mouth water with the tantilizing brisket, ribs, chicken, links and boudain.

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  • According to the group's treasurer, Gary Cranor, you can find them parked in the parking lot of the Market Basket store on Major Drive at Phelan on the first Saturday of every month selling brisket, links, boudain and turkey legs.

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  • Inspector Lee found workers improperly thawing food, boudain and kolaches were at unsafe temperatures, a worker needed a hair net, and thermometers were needed to ensure safe food temperatures.

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  • ` Yes-n-deed, I am from Texas, I've been depressed since I've couldn't find any good boudain or crawfish in the city ..

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  • Butter Pickles "-- are simply the best around, both piquant and savory/sweet, and the best thing on a seafood charcuterie plate ($12) that also holds a violently orange, but sweetly fresh, lobster paté and unremarkable boudain made with shrimp, crab, and crawfish.

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  • "Though at the moment I feel more like boudain." Boudain is Cajun sausage, made of all kinds of things, none of them elegant. -Charlaine Harris, Living Dead in Dallas

    December 11, 2010