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Just about any smoked sausage can work. I would lean away from any sausage that has fennel in it. Johnsonville Brand makes an Andouille probably available in your area. It's not an authentic Andouille but the it has the right spice profile. It's a quality product.

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Just about any smoked sausage can work. I would lean away from any sausage that has fennel in it. Johnsonville Brand makes an Andouille probably available in your area. It's not an authentic Andouille but the it has the right spice profile. It's a quality product.

I agree most any smoked sausage works fine

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Speaking of John Folse...  This book, which I truly enjoy being a Louisiana boy, is well worth the price.  It is a 12.5 by 10.5 x 2 in volume that weighs almost 10 lbs.  Get the hardcover version. It makes a very nice coffee table book also.

 

http://www.amazon.com/The-Encyclopedia-Cajun-Creole-Cuisine/dp/0970445717

 

The-Encyclopedia-Cajun-Creole-Cuisine

 

Chef Folse's seventh cookbook is the authoritative collection on Louisiana's culture and cuisine. The book features more than 850 full-color pages, dynamic historical Louisiana photographs and more than 700 recipes. You will not only find step-by-step directions to preparing everything from a roux to a cochon de lait, but you will also learn about the history behind these recipes. Cajun and Creole cuisine was influenced by seven nations that settled Louisiana, from the Native Americans to the Italian immigrants of the 1800s. Learn about the significant contributions each culture made-okra seeds carried here by African slaves, classic French recipes recalled by the Creoles, the sausage-making skills of the Germans and more. Relive the adventure and romance that shaped Louisiana, and recreate the recipes enjoyed in Cajun cabins, plantation kitchens and New Orleans restaurants. Chef Folse has hand picked the recipes for each chapter to ensure the very best of seafood, game, meat, poultry, vegetables, salads, appetizers, drinks and desserts are represented. From the traditional to the truly unique, you will develop a new understanding and love of Cajun and Creole cuisine. The Encyclopedia would make a perfect gift or simply a treasured addition to your own cookbook library.

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John Folse Recipes 

 

John Folse -  Find a Recipe Link:

http://www.jfolse.com/newfindrecipe.htm

 

 

Chicken & Sausage Jambalaya

http://www.jfolse.com/recipes/poultry/chicken18.htm

 

Pork  & Sausage Jambalaya

http://www.jfolse.com/recipes/meats/pork40.htm

 

Creole Jambalaya

http://www.jfolse.com/recipes/meats/pork36.htm

 

 

 

 

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