Definition of andouille
: a highly spiced smoked pork sausage
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Other eats at the Frontier Days Festival include Grande Jake's pork tacos and nachos, the Rack House's andouille sausage sandwiches and prime rib Cajun melt, and H.O.M.E. Bar's chicken cordon bleu and ice cream chimichangas, organizers said.
Protein roll call: andouille sausage, bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs, and peeled, deveined shrimp.
The Grand Marlin's shrip and grits is a Chipotle-based, seared shrimp, loca harvested with C and D grits, a savory tomato andouille sausage stew and the interesting touch -- a perfectly poached egg ($17.50).
The chef can rattle off sundry theories about south Louisiana barbecue, but a plate of andouille and cochon de lait, with sides of boudin balls and sweet potatoes, says plenty on its own.
There are also sausages — roasted poblano, andouille, smoked pork kielbasa — made in-house with prices ranging from $9 for one link to $19 for three.
Gumbo, the stew made from rice, seafood, chicken, andouille sausage, tomato and okra, is representative of south Louisiana culture.
His Cajun gumbo speaks in smoke, leached from andouille sausage made by a Louisiana butcher.
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