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1. BOURGEOIS MEAT MARKET: Red Boudin Sausage + Boudin Burrito + Crawfish Boudin + Hogshead Cheese ADDRESS: 543 W Main St, Thibodaux 703015433, LA OPEN: MONFRI 7:00AM5:00PM | SAT 7:00AM1:00PM WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/BourgeoisMeatMarket Check out Bourgeois Meat Market on Instagram: @bourgeoismeatmarket
RED BOUDIN SAUSAGE: Load the massive cooking pot with cut up pork and water. Cook overnight. Debone and grind the pork. Season the pork to taste and cook. Add rice and pigs blood to the mixture. Stuff mixture into the sausage casing and then link the sausages. Poach to cook the blood.
BOUDIN BURRITO: Wrap boudin filling in a flour tortilla.
2. CAJUN FRESH MARKET: Alligator Sausage + Cracklins + Frog Legs & Dipping sauce ADDRESS: 938 US90, Raceland, LA 70394, USA OPEN: 8:00AM 6:30PM WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/CajunFreshMarket Check out Cajun Fresh Market on Instagram: @cajunfreshmarket
ALLIGATOR SAUSAGE: N/A
CRACKLINS: Fry pork skin and fat into small pieces.
FROG LEGS & DIPPING SAUCE: Remove the skin from the frog legs and clean them using water. In a large bowl, mix cornmeal, flour, onion powder, granulated garlic and Cajun seasoning. Place the frog legs in the mixture, completely covering them. In a frying pan, add a bit of olive oil. Place the frog legs into the oil and allow to cook for 5 minutes on each side. For the dipping sauce, mix mayonnaise, ketchup, onion powder, granulated garlic and worcestershire.
PRICE: Alligator Sausage $4.99 USD | Cracklins $2.99 per ½ lb bag | Frog Legs & Dripping Sauce N/A
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