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 (bo͞o-dăn′, -dăN′)
n. pl. bou·dins (-dăns′, -dăN′)
A highly seasoned link sausage of pork, pork liver, and rice that is a typical element of Louisiana Creole cuisine.

[French, sausage, from Old French, of unknown origin.]


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


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


(buˈdɛ̃, -ˈdæn)

a sausage, esp. a spicy sausage made with pork and rice.
[1795–1805, Amer.; < Louisiana French, French: sausage]
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Apparently Anthony Boudain, a proud New Yorker (NY being the other bagel heaven), tried the bagels here on his Quebec episode of No Reservations and agreed they are delicious.
17) Declaration of George Boudain, 30 December 1721, A.