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TASTE OF OLNEY: New Product Alert Boudin Kolaches at Olney Donuts

The life of a foodie becomes more exciting when a new food is introduced to him or her. As a foodie, I was overflowing with excitement when the owner of Olney Donuts told me about their new product, Boudin Kolaches. It is a tale of two “loves.”

Kolaches—originated in Eastern Europe with the Czechs—is a puffy dough filled with fruit, cheese or meat. Let’s focus on the meat, which happens to be boudin.

The literal French translation for Boudin is “blood sausage.” Don’t be alarmed; the name was derived from “boucheries” where Cajun families hosted pig slaughtering parties and used the entire pig to prepare for long winters. Despite the name, boudin is a delicious mixture of pork, rice, spices and anything the chef decides would warrant the smacking of lips.

Olney Donuts decided to combine two of my favorites—boudin and kolaches—to create an unforgettable morning meal. Stop by 1402 W. Main Street to purchase this product to have with your morning coffee and the current issue of Olney Enterprise. Let us know what you think. Until then, laissez les bon temps rouler!

The Olney Enterprise

213 E. Main St.
PO Box 577

Olney, Texas 76374

Phone: (940) 564-5558

Fax: (940) 564-3992