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Help! Where can I find Tasso, Boudin and other Cajun products in Dallas?

Anybody an idea where I can find good and authentic Cajun Boudin, Tasso and maybe even Andouille here in Dallas??? I tried the Central Market (not my thing) and some other places but haven't even found real TASSO anywhere. My Gumbo needs HELP!

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  1. Sounds like Cajun Smoke House in Ponder is the place to go. http://www.cajunsmokehouse.net/

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    1. I agree, I tried the Cajun Smoke House in Ponder and won't go anywhere else. I had no idea where Ponder was (close to Denton) found it and buy my Cajun products there ever since. I can honestly recommend the Andouille, the Tasso and the Boudin they have good products www.CajunSmokeHouse.net

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      1. re: Muconole

        If you're ever in Houston, try Hebert's on Richmond.

        1. re: caliking

          There is also and Herbert's in Longview and I think he has one in Lindale. My Step uncle owns those two locales. Great stuff.

          1. re: sisterfunkhaus

            I love Heberts. In fact, I moved from Houston to New Orleans in 2008 and found that the "best" cajun stuffed chickens in New Orleans WERE IN HOUSTON. My New Orleans friends hated that. lol. My NOLA native husband was quickly convinced and was soon returning from our Houston visits with an ice chest full of products from HEBERTS. I am now in Dallas and would love it if Heberts would open a store here.

      2. I usually order online at www.pochesmarket.com which is in Breaux Bridge, LA. It will be delievered next day. Of course it's a little pricey, but your getting the real thing.

        1. The best is found back in Louisiana, at the little groceries and butcher shops. I've tried dozens of places over the years and T-Boys near Mamou can not be beaten. The stuff sold at the supermarkets is not in the same class.... Visit www.boudinlink.com for good info...

          1. According to poster "Oracle" on another thread, they had boudin at Baby Back Shak.