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Thursday, 03 December 2009

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Meaghan

Wow. This looks amazing. The South just might have Italy beat in the meat dept.

David Ansel

Brilliant, I can almost feel the MSG raking across my tongue. Have you guys ever picked up a chaudin? I recommend it next time... my friend often picks one up for me at Poche's. Nice blog entry!

Boots in the Oven

Meaghan, I wouldn't go THAT far. :-) But it is really fun to find these pockets of individuality in the States!

David, the Sausage Link lists MSG in the ingredients in their hot sauces! And they're GOOD. Nope, we have yet to get a chaudin... we keep saying next time, next time, and just haven't gotten around to it. Next time. And thanks!

The Sausage Link

Hey Boots. This is The Sausage Link. Glad you stopped in and had a nice visit. Next time let us know you're here so we can say Hi! Thanks!

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