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Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Spyder] #286665
06/28/08 01:04 PM
06/28/08 01:04 PM
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Brooklyn, NY
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AAHHYeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! I knew that I was missing something yesterday - darn car travel!
Al & DCG - There is nothing better than sitting at the bar at Desire in the Sonesta eating a dozen raw with horsey sauce and your scalp is sweating while washing it down with some Abita!

Thanks for the recipe but I could kill for some good french bread to sop it up with!

Elbert - My Godmother was from Golden Meadow (south of NOLA) and I do recall the old cajuns refer to it as low country but it is associtated with South Carolina.







But why eat my vegetables I already know that I am short!
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Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: carbunkletrumpet] #286667
06/28/08 02:31 PM
06/28/08 02:31 PM
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Arizona USA
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Spdyder, don't remember that beer. Getting old I guess.
Carb, I could eat 2 or 3 dozen raw: no other oyster even comes close to a Gulf oyster. Dad and I used to buy them by the toad sack right off the boat in Grand Isle.
Why can't we find real French bread anywere else, not even in France!
Carb, I went HS in Raceland and college in Thibodaux. Used to play Golden Meadaw in football.
Hey Elbert, all the country is "low country" in So LA. It's all swamp! We had to use the oyster shells (eat'em first) to build the roads so they wouldn't sink:)!


"Hold on Tight To Your Dreams" ELO
Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Spyder] #286670
06/28/08 03:17 PM
06/28/08 03:17 PM
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Sequim, WA & San Pedro
Loansum-Al K Offline OP
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Remember it well.......if we tasted that stuff now we'd probably gag on it.......that was when we were young....at least me....and we didn't much care how it tasted......it was beer!


I'm happier than a pig in s__t...a foot on the sand...and a Belikin in my hand!
Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: azbob] #286671
06/28/08 03:21 PM
06/28/08 03:21 PM
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Sequim, WA & San Pedro
Loansum-Al K Offline OP
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azbob.....oh the memories you're bringing back....oyster shells made great roads......crushed down real well......the French bakery on the Island has some very good French bread....stop their every other day when we're down. The French bread in New Orleans is very unique.....they say it's the water....nothing else quite like it. I can taste those roast beef po-boys now....dripping with gravy and mayo!


I'm happier than a pig in s__t...a foot on the sand...and a Belikin in my hand!
Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Loansum-Al K] #286672
06/28/08 03:21 PM
06/28/08 03:21 PM
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Sarasota, Fl.
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3 bucks a sack in the early 60's!!!! What are they today?

Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Spyder] #286673
06/28/08 03:25 PM
06/28/08 03:25 PM
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Sarasota, Fl.
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Hot sausage, dressed!!

Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Spyder] #286676
06/28/08 04:04 PM
06/28/08 04:04 PM
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Arizona USA
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Now all non-Cajuns the following is OK to say. It'ss really a term of indearment:
I do believe we have a lot of Coonass's on this board!!


"Hold on Tight To Your Dreams" ELO
Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: azbob] #286677
06/28/08 04:15 PM
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Sarasota, Fl.
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Ah tink you right you

Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: Spyder] #286678
06/28/08 04:30 PM
06/28/08 04:30 PM
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Texas
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AAAAAAahhhhhheeee!! Mah cha... you don tell it like iahut is der... Coonasses fur sur!

And AL.... I've eaten my WEIGHT (and dem some) of roast beef po-boys slathered in mayo and swimmin in gravy............ crunchy outside, soft inside..... dayum.. makn' this gal howwwngray...


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Re: Boudreaux to Boudin (Cajun Connection) [Re: divingcowgirl] #286679
06/28/08 04:40 PM
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