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    Something a little different on the PBC.

    Big Easy Foods' "Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders Stuffed W/ Pork Boudin." Got some semi-local smoked pork sausage also.

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    #2
    That looks really good Jerod. What time did you say they would be ready?

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      1 PM.....Abu Dhabi time....hahaha

    #3
    Can't wait to see how THIS turns out.

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      #4
      Why does Bevis come to mind?

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        #5
        Nice, my kind of food

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          #6
          Pretty darn good. That sausage goes great in my Hoppin' John Jambalaya. Kids tore it up. Pit Barrel ran around 350 +/-.

          I put the bacon wraps under the broiler to hurry up the crisping of the bacon, then sauced, and back in the Pit Barrel to thicken it some.

          Pit Barrel sure does start out hot when using a lit chimney to start with.

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            #7
            DROOOOOLLLLL! That's the type of cold smoked sausage I wish we could get here in western NE. And Boudin? Haven't had that in probably 30 years when my father in-law was still alive. Jealous!

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              #8
              I made the mistake of bringing some boudin from back home to work. People still ask for it.

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                #9
                Lookin good. What sauce did u use?

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                • Jerod Broussard
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                  I think it was KC Masterpiece. Almost empty bottle that was upside down in the fridge. I think have 3 more of those to go. *sigh*

                  Kids know sauce....and THAT IS IT.

                #10
                That looks GOOD!

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                  #11
                  What Jon said!

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                    #12
                    That PBC is probably confused right about now. It's still waiting for brisket to come on

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                    #13
                    Nice cook Jerod. I'm heading to Don's specialty meats in Scott, La in the morning with two ice chest. It's good to be a Cajun lol.

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                    • Deuce
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                      My kin in that area are from Abbeville and Kaplan. I live in SW Laabout 25 miles from Texas. I've been to Don's and Best Stop, both in Scott. I like the cracklins better at Don's but both have great specialty meats.

                    • Jerod Broussard
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                      I'm from Gueydan and my brother lives in Abbeville. Were you in Cameron or Calcasieu parish? I worked for Calcasieu Parish Mosquito Control before moving to Texas.

                    • Deuce
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                      I'm in Calcasieu Parish, in Sulphur.

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