Boudin, Weird Regional Food

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Boudin is a Cajun creation — a mixture of pork, pork liver, onion, spices and rice stuffed into a sausage casing.

Crawfish, shrimp and crab are sometimes used in place of the pork products. Big chunks of crawdad tail and shrimp stuffed into “natural casing,” a little hot sauce and a cold beer and ooooweee, it don’ git no better dan dat.

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