Friday, September 26, 2008

Is that boudin in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

We stopped in the town of Scott, just outside Lafayette, on our way to Baton Rouge to pick up a few pounds of boudin and a bag of cracklin at Don's Specialty Meats and Grocery, a legendary maker of Cajun delicacies.
My mom and dad checked out the rabbit and stuffed cow's tongue.
You might call pickled quail eggs the original Cajun fast food. I used to eat them in the morning while riding around with my friends before school started.
What kitchen is complete without a big 'ol jar of hog lard?

1 comment:

BarefootCajun said...

Bwahaha! Kristina and I just cracked up at finding out that you used to ride around before school and eat pickled quail eggs. Kristina's comment was "Wierdo".