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Old Fashion Andouille

post #1 of 9
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A friend of mine from Hawaii goes to NOLA for a 2 week festival every year. He stopped by this past week and brought me a chub of Wayne Jacobs old fashioned Andouille from Laplace, LA.

 

Good stuff.

 

wj

 

wj2

 

wj1

post #2 of 9

Probably Jazz Fest!!   Great time if you love music and when it rains playing in the mud.  Jacob's is one of the more well know sausage makers in the area.  I believe they where the people on Alan Brown's show where the camera guy dressed up in the Sausage costume and danced on Airline Hwy  biggrin.gif


Edited by alblancher - 5/14/12 at 2:36am
post #3 of 9
Lucky . Wished mine was that pretty.
post #4 of 9
It looks awesome!!!

Jacob's and Wayne Jacob's, both are well known, but 2 different places, right?


~Martin
post #5 of 9

My wife bought some of this the other day when I said, "I want to try something different". I am not a Chicken Sausage fan but this is probably the best Grocery store bought sausage I have ever had...JJ

 

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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

My wife bought some of this the other day when I said, "I want to try something different". I am not a Chicken Sausage fan but this is probably the best Grocery store bought sausage I have ever had...JJ

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That's good to know!
I've avoided buying and trying Aidells because it's so blasted expensive! icon_eek.gif
Maybe I'll give it a try.



~Martin
post #7 of 9

Yeah Martin, That pack of 4 was $6 but it was very tasty. I had his Cajun Style Andouille and thought is was Ok but no where near as good as these...JJ

post #8 of 9
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Yeah Martin, That pack of 4 was $6 but it was very tasty. I had his Cajun Style Andouille and thought is was Ok but no where near as good as these...JJ

I agree on both. I've had both and the chicken G was pretty tasty. The cajun wasn't worth it, cost wise,  to me either. 

post #9 of 9

Was it Real cajun Andouille? Or some store bought stuff? was it bought on the cajun prarie?
 

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