March 12, 2014
Boudin noir (or black pudding or morcilla) is a blood-based sausage found in Europe and the Americas. Though it is not common in the modern-day United States.
This variant appeared at the brunches that Chez Rémi prepared for the French Tech Club during SXSW. The apples over this particular boudin noir were cooked in pork fat. Cups served later were adorned with fresh green apples. Each were sliced with a mandolin immediately prior to serving.
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