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Posted by Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle on Thursday, December 13, 2012 1:57 AM

By Michael Stern:
We originally came to Poche's Market for the plate lunch, a serve-yourself buffet of such Cajun country delights as backbone stew, catfish and crawfish, fried chicken and dirty rice dressing. But once we poked around Poche's meat market and smoke house, we knew what we had to do when we returned home: phone the place and order lengths of boudin. They are packed firm enough that the skin snaps when you break it, and the inside mix of pork and rice is dotted with bits of scallion and a hailstorm of peppery spice. Poche's also makes and mail-orders andouille, crawfish sausage, cracklin's, roux-in-a-jar, and even whole turkeys and ready-to-roast stuffed turduckens. Poches: 3015A Main Highway, Breaux Bridge, LA. 337-332-2108.

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