We know how good boudin is, but the Cajun favorite is a secret to the rest of  the country.  You may soon find more and Houstonians craving boudin.  Houston Chronicle travel editor, Harry Shattuck, recently took a trip on Southwest Louisiana's "Boudin Trail," and he is sharing the journey with his readers.

I'm exploring the boudin trails of southern Louisiana, and with every stop I'm gaining a deeper appreciation for this fun-loving region's food, culture, history and captivating personalities. The Southwest Louisiana Boudin Trail is centered in Lake Charles, two-and-a-half hours from Houston. The Cajun Boudin Trail spotlights places in and around Lafayette, another hour to the east.

If you want to explore the trail for yourself check out visitlakecharles.org to find all of the stops.  Be sure to check Harry Shattucks full story: Louisina's famous boudin tells the story of Cajun country at Chron.com - Houston Chronicle.