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Trinidadian Blood Sausage at Conrad's Bakery in Brooklyn

DeadlyDragonSound | Jan 8, 201104:19 PM     1

Today I stopped over at Conrad's Bakery on 299 Utica Ave for some chicken patties (they have uncommonly good ones -- flakey crust and just spicey enough fillings) and noticed a bunch of people lined up for what looked like thick links of homemade blood sausage. I inquired and found that, yes indeed, blood sausage it was! So I ordered up an order and a good six inches of sausage were chopped into 4 pieces and doused with hot sauce. As far as blood sausage goes, this was pretty damn good...kind of mealy and gelatinous like Korean Blood sausage but with some additional spice and heat. Sooo...If you are looking to try something knew, stop by Conrad's and see if he is serving up the blood!

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