Cajun Hollar from Texas = C Rated Boudin

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THE BOUDIN

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Price: .2.69 for 12oz.

Presentation: Shrink wrapped in an industrial strength capacity. Found in the meat/sausage case.

Casing: Thin and almost unbreakable. Reminds one of Tyvek.

Rice/Meat Ratio: More rice than meat. It is marketed as a “rice, pork, and pork liver product”.

Texture: Gluey with bits of undercooked rice, lots of parsley, and small bits of seemingly processed meat.

Spices: Mild

Overall Taste: Not very good. A strong parsley flavor is present throughout the link. The tiny bits of pork are reminiscent of what one would fined in canned/pressed meat. It is hard to describe: Not offensive, but not especially tasty.Cajun_Hollar3

Comments: The CORPORATION that makes this has a whole line of “established brands.” Perhaps they ventured into unknown or unfamiliar territory when it comes to boudin. A Cajun stuck between Houston and San Antonio, somewhere around Flatonia, might appreciate this link.


Reviewed March 2007

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