Main dish Soups

Red beans and boudin

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A few years ago, some folks were discussing recipes they liked to prepare when it was cool outside. There were the usual mentions of chili, stews, and roasts, which are all long-standing members of the Texan culinary cannon. One, however, mentioned red beans and boudin. This was new to me.

Now, it wasn’t the red beans that were unusual. Slowly cooked red beans with sausage and the . . .


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