Deep Fried Corn on the Cob. YUM!
Check OutThose Boudin Balls!!
A sprawling building a little off the Interstate in Iowa, LA. The
place seems to have expanded as the years have gone by and success
demanded more services. It is very popular. Apparently,
success has also brought some parking complications. There are no
less than 8 instructional parking signs present outside the building.
Inside is a nice seating area and a full case of
smoked sausages to tempt the palette.
Location: Iowa, LA
Price: $2.98 lb
Presentation: Heavy duty foil wrapping with the link also wrapped in wax paper. Wow!
Casing: Thin and crisp. A delight.
Meat/Rice Ratio: More rice than meat, but plenty of meat to satisfy the carnivore in you.
Texture: A nicely pulverized interior filling which is not too dry and not too moist. Goldilocks would be happy.
Quality pork and a hint of liver give this truly massive link a
delicious blend of flavors. It has a slight sweet smell to it
(liver?) and a wonderful light color. Very satisfying.
Rabideaux's has been expanding on their very desirable smoked
sausage line which is available in stores throughout Cajun Country.
Give this link a try and be sure to sample some of the other
delicacies they offer. Particularly interesting was the fried
corn on the cob (right) and the fired chicken livers. Oh, and the
best looking Boudin balls between Duscon and Lake the Texas boarder.