Boudin is a south Louisiana cultural staple and everyone has their favorites. Find fresh-made boudin and you’ll find all kinds of uniquely south Louisiana pork delicacies for which the region is truly famous. What is cajun boudin and how does it differ from place to place? How’d it become so deeply rooted in Louisiana culture? Where’d the recipe for one of Ramsey’s favorites originate and why’s it different than some others? How much boudin sausage is made daily in this rural farming community? What’s the best way to prepare it at home? What other parts of the pig are eaten? Roger Laughlin owns Mr. T’s in Elton, Louisiana. Following a blue-winged teal hunt, he tells Ramsey about the making of boudin, other smoked meats and favorite duck recipes, sharing an authentic taste of south Louisiana’s culture. Question to listeners: who makes your favorite Louisiana boudin?