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Researching Boudin

Parigi,

After a couple days in Paris, it's pretty clear they are quite different. Not sure where my assignment editor got the idea that they were similar. Can't say I like either one -- sundae or boudin noir -- very much.

It's also more difficult to find than I expected.
Thanks for your help.

Mar 27, 2012
mattinkorea in France

Researching Boudin

OK, maybe not. But can it be considered a snack food? Eaten along with drinks at a bar?

Mar 26, 2012
mattinkorea in France

Researching Boudin

Thanks, I mentioned that I found that previous post but it only mentioned fancier places.

Isn't it eaten in more casual establishments as well?

Mar 26, 2012
mattinkorea in France

Researching Boudin

Well, both. But more so, restaurants.

Mar 26, 2012
mattinkorea in France

Researching Boudin

Hey all,

I'm a magazine reporter from a Korean magazine in Paris doing research for some food articles. One of the topics I'm covering is Boudin, while it might seem odd, Korean blood sausage is an extremely popular as a snack food/street food, or as a cheap meal in a stew.

I haven't been able to find much information about where to get Boudin, besides a few fancier establishments mentioned in a previous Chowhound post.

Where is it most commonly eaten? Are there any places that are famous for it?

I'm also looking to interview someone who might be considered a connoisseur of boudin. Any suggestions?

I'm struggling a bit with this article, any help anyone can provide would be appreciated.

Matt

Mar 26, 2012
mattinkorea in France