A belly-stretching search for the best boudin

Judith Fein
October 17, 2014
A belly-stretching search for the best boudin
Even if you are a certified foodie, you might not know about boudin, a specialty that is like manna to Cajun Louisianians. It can be described as a pork-and-rice sausage, but that's like describing pizza as flour, tomato and cheese. Boudin invites you to sit down, preferably in a local, no-nonsense joint, and bite in. And perhaps the best place to take that first bite is in the area around Lake Charles, which is rich in Cajun culture. All you need to do is loosen your belt, hop in your car and set out on the Southwest Louisiana Boudin Trail.
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