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Five Places for a Bite of Boudin 

Butcher

930 Tchoupitoulas St., 588-7675

www.cochonbutcher.com

Pickled peppers add tart contrast to an appetizer of fried boudin balls.

Ignatius

4200 Magazine St., 896-2225

The Cajun country import is stuffed into omelets at brunch and spices up meatloaf as a lunch special.

Dan's Place

515 Harrison Ave., 482-2838

Two fat links of boudin add a little extra rice to Monday's red beans special.

Kid Creole Food Mart

1919 Airline Drive, Metairie, 836-6101

In Acadiana, gas stations are a natural habitat for boudin, and this deli/fuel stop has steaming links by the register.

Surrey's Café and Juice Bar

1418 Magazine St., 524-3828

www.surreyscafeandjuicebar.com

Boudin and eggs team up in a breakfast biscuit, but diners can add boudin to any morning dish.

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