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Nasty day, time for sausage

post #1 of 24
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Lousy weather. Seams like a good time to try that Boudin I've been wanting to.
I cut up a 6# butt into pieces; 2# for my Boudin & 2# for the wife's breakfast sausage and freezed the rest.
After looking at about a millíon different recipes for Boudin I settled on one
After getting it all together, I got the stuff in the pot. Then we made breakfast sausage for the Mrs.


Time for mixing and stuffing...


By the way, between my simmering, the wife's ham 'n beans and the Oak in the fireplace, the smells in the house are intoxicating!!
After stuffing, I laid them in a tamale pot I had from when I was into Mexican to finish.
They came out pretty good, except for a blowout that was easily cleaned up by my fingers. Tasty!
It's just a matter now of packaging and/or freezing. This is the first time I've ever tasted Boudin, it just sounded really good and I'm glad I did! Thanks to all the folks who post their ideas on this site!
Foamheart, you are my Mentor, whether you like it or not...😀
post #2 of 24

Nice job on the Boudin,links look great I am still working on my linking.Like you Foam is my mentor.Thanks for sharing

Richie

:points:

post #3 of 24

Well you said nearly everything but....... did you like it? It looks like boudin to me.

 

Does it go well with a cold brew? Does it help ya forget how chilly it is outside?

 

<Looks at Richie>  Whatcha doing up this early?

post #4 of 24
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post

Nice job on the Boudin,links look great I am still working on my linking.Like you Foam is my mentor.Thanks for sharing
Richie
points.gif
Still working on linking myself, Richie! One link came untwisted while steaming but I saved it. I even bought some of those little clips that K-Dude mentioned in your post just in case. Thanks for looking and for points!
And yes, Foam, I liked it a lot! One of the links shucked it's skin in the steamer so I just ate it with my fingers. Having never had it, I was a little worried. About the only thing I've found that doesn't go with a cold brew is chocolate cake...
post #5 of 24
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Well you said nearly everything but....... did you like it? It looks like boudin to me.

 

Does it go well with a cold brew? Does it help ya forget how chilly it is outside?

 

<Looks at Richie>  Whatcha doing up this early?


Only someone from S Louisiana would know if it goes good with a brew....hahahah...what happened to those LSU Tigers yesterday,,,dang..

Back to the boudan, I may just put that on my to do list as i like it, just never made any.

post #6 of 24
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Only someone from S Louisiana would know if it goes good with a brew....hahahah...what happened to those LSU Tigers yesterday,,,dang..

Back to the boudan, I may just put that on my to do list as i like it, just never made any.

 

Well I love listening to the commentators making excuses but bottom line Miles has made his teams out of freshmen and sophmores and then sells 'em off to the pros. He's made it known he does it so he can intrest all those star High School players. This is what happens when you do that. a world class running back that can't buy a blocker and a quarterback that has no sense of the game. They keep talking about the 2 national champs from last decade but the never mention the coaching then. Nearly that entire staff went on to head coach at major schools. Defense Bo Peloni, head coach Nebraska, Defense Muschamp Florida, Offense Jimbo Fisher Florida State, etc etc..... We had a great Defensive coach and we let TA&M buy him. T A&M is famous for buying LSU Coaches. Track Coaches, swimming coaches, golf coaches, etc..... Then there is the recruiters and strength and conditioning..... LOL Sabin he's smart, he buys 'em back after they exhibit the Peter Principle. That's when you are elevated to one level above where you are competent. LOL..... its the new and exciting world of college athletics

 

Boudin is a great snack or meal. Goes with anything, is always at the right temp to eat, and is conveniently handy (accessible) in all circumstances. Did I forget how tastee it is also?

 

<Chuckles>

 

Sorry for the hijack Smokeky Mose, but its his fault! </points at Hoity Toit>

post #7 of 24
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What hijack? The sports banter is all Greek to me, but it's good to see people having a good, friendly time! That's what it's all about here....
Dan
post #8 of 24

Dang it SM that looks great nice job

 

DS 

post #9 of 24
Great looking boudin!
post #10 of 24
Where did you get the suction cups that you are using as the feet for your sausage stuffer? That's a really good idea!! Would love to see a closer picture of them! Sausage looks great!
post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by colby2178 View Post

Where did you get the suction cups that you are using as the feet for your sausage stuffer? That's a really good idea!! Would love to see a closer picture of them! Sausage looks great!

Try westonproducts.com
Universal Suction Cup Feet part # 36-3519
The Mrs. got them after watching me struggle with a manual grinder. They didn't really help with the grinder (We now have an electric), but with a washer they work great with the stuffer!
post #12 of 24

SM, Great looking sausage with a great post, I like the suction feet idea !:points:

post #13 of 24

Love me some boudin, and that looks scrumptious to me!  Nice work!

 

I too like the idea of the suction cups on the stuffer!

post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post
 

Nice job on the Boudin,links look great I am still working on my linking.Like you Foam is my mentor.Thanks for sharing

Richie

:points:


Look at the video that Disco has posted showing a easy way to do the linking. It's the easy way.

post #15 of 24

Definitely going to have to try this.  I love some boudin.  Thanks for posting!  Do you have a link to the recipe?

post #16 of 24
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http://www.homesicktexan.com/2011/01/boudin-recipe-boudain.html

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Originally Posted by jfleming9232 View Post
 

Definitely going to have to try this.  I love some boudin.  Thanks for posting!  Do you have a link to the recipe?


Here ya go, :-)

post #17 of 24
Thread Starter 

By the way, jfleming, I just pulled the ingredients from this. The "methodology" I got mostly from reading on the site....

post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

 

Well I love listening to the commentators making excuses but bottom line Miles has made his teams out of freshmen and sophmores and then sells 'em off to the pros. He's made it known he does it so he can intrest all those star High School players. This is what happens when you do that. a world class running back that can't buy a blocker and a quarterback that has no sense of the game. They keep talking about the 2 national champs from last decade but the never mention the coaching then. Nearly that entire staff went on to head coach at major schools. Defense Bo Peloni, head coach Nebraska, Defense Muschamp Florida, Offense Jimbo Fisher Florida State, etc etc..... We had a great Defensive coach and we let TA&M buy him. T A&M is famous for buying LSU Coaches. Track Coaches, swimming coaches, golf coaches, etc..... Then there is the recruiters and strength and conditioning..... LOL Sabin he's smart, he buys 'em back after they exhibit the Peter Principle. That's when you are elevated to one level above where you are competent. LOL..... its the new and exciting world of college athletics

 

Boudin is a great snack or meal. Goes with anything, is always at the right temp to eat, and is conveniently handy (accessible) in all circumstances. Did I forget how tastee it is also?

 

<Chuckles>

 

Sorry for the hijack Smokeky Mose, but its his fault! </points at Hoity Toit>


well thanks..., you know I had to poke a little fun your way..., next time I'm at Coushatta I'll have to have a setiee' with you....meaning a cold bev.

post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by Hoity Toit View Post
 


well thanks..., you know I had to poke a little fun your way..., next time I'm at Coushatta I'll have to have a setiee' with you....meaning a cold bev.

 

 Thought ya set on a settee? One of those fancy woman's low couches in their boudoir. You know one of them fancy furniture names like a davenport.

 

I like the cold bev idea much better.......LOL


Edited by Foamheart - 11/25/15 at 11:46am
post #20 of 24

Oh my, SmokeyMose! I want some of that. Nice sausage.

 

Point

 

Disco

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