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Boudin noir

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Call it what you like, Bourdin noir, black pudding, blood sausage… is always delicious. One of the oldest types of charcuterie it is commonly served with breakfast, or with sautéed potatoes or apples (as I ate it as a kid), blood sausage it always delicious. This one from Sanagan’s Meat Locker in Kensington Market, TO. Cut into ½” (10-12mm) slices, they are a chocolate brown colour, flecked with pieces of fat. When fried in a pan with […]