: $2.89 lb.
: Tightly packaged with plastic wrap.
: Unexpectedly nice.
: More rice than meat.
The filling is dryish but not in a bad way. The
ingriedients are completly pulverized except that you will come across
a nice chunk of tender pork every bite or so. It makes for a delightful
surprise. Virtually, but not actually, no greens.
: A mild to medium heat .
: You may or may not slap your momma, but you'll certainly be pleased with this quality link of boudin.
Yes, this link has some nice flavor, but it finishes with a
lightly sweet taste. The dryness is a good thing: Not too greasy. It
is also a good size link that baby bear would approve of.
I cannot say enough about the sausages and the hospitality
show at this place. I'd like to seem them change their motto to "Where
Sausage is King, and Queen, and Duke, and Jester." They've got some
creative juices going on when it comes to making sausage. Just
some of the varieties available on our trip were: Pork Sausage with
Apple, Tropical Pork Sausage with Pineapple, Bar-B-Q Beef Sausage (with
sauce), Hot Beef Sausage, Chicken and Shrimp, Churice, Deer Sausage
(with deer from New Zealand), and the list goes on. Oh, and the
plate lunches start at $3.88 and
look fantastically awesome. Eat them. Eat it all.
Awesome case of stuffed and bacon-wrapped everything. A truly
taste tempting selection of fantastic items, many not seen anywhere
else. They will be copied but they will not be beat.