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Boudin in Boulder/Denver?

monopod Jun 2, 2010 08:50 AM

Headed to a crawfish boil this weekend and was requested to bring some boudin. I know I can get it online, but is there anywhere in Boulder or Denver that makes it fresh (ideally), or at least carries it frozen in stock (avoids shipping fees)? Thanks.

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    monopod Jun 2, 2010 05:33 PM

    Answered my own question... in case anyone cares, Edwards Meats in Wheat Ridge carries it in stock. Yay interwebs!

    Edwards Meats
    12280 W 44th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

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    1. re: monopod
      paul balbin Jun 2, 2010 06:35 PM

      I wonder if they have it at Lucille's in Boulder. Let us know how it is. Sure wish I was sitting
      in a pick up truck in front of a grocery store in Houma eating some.

      1. re: monopod
        LurkerDan Jun 3, 2010 03:03 PM

        mmmmmm.... boudin....

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        monopod Jun 11, 2010 01:02 PM

        Well, it didn't turn out to really be boudin. We got the smoked version because that's all they had unfrozen, and it was really just a bratwurst with some rice in it. I realized that they didn't make them with pork liver, which I think is what adds the distinctive, slightly gamey taste to boudin. Without it, just a sausage or bratwurst. Not bad, mind you, just not really boudin. Guess we'll have to order online next time.

        Lurker Dan, you should change your name to "Boo-Dan".

        1. texasredtop Jun 17, 2010 05:46 PM

          If I was in Denver and wanted boudin, I'd call Doug Kershaw's Bayou House in Lucerne and see if they had it. You KNOW it would be good cher. :-)

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