boudin

[boo-dan]
noun, plural boudins [boo-dan; English boo-danz] . French Cookery.
a blood sausage (boudin noir) or sometimes a white sausage (boudin blanc) made of chicken, pork, or veal.

Origin:
1795–1805, Americanism; < Louisiana French, French: sausage; Old French, of obscure origin

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boudin (French budɛ̃)
 
n
a French version of a black pudding
 
[C20: French]

Boudin (French budɛ̃)
 
n
Eugène (øʒɛn). 1824--98, French painter: one of the first French landscape painters to paint in the open air; a forerunner of impressionism

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Best local grub around: boudin, pralines, homemade root beer.
Andouille is made with pork, boudin with pork and rice.
Boudin is usually made daily as it does not keep well for very long, even frozen.
Since boudin freezes well, it is shipped to specialty stores outside the region.
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