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Louisiana “Deaux Boys” Are A Newly Invented Cousin Of Po’ Boy Sandwiches

April 26, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Live Action Deli in Lafayette, La., has come up with a twist on the traditional po’ boy sandwich that replaces the French bread with an oversized glazed doughnut. Dubbed the “deaux boy,” the sandwiches can be filled with boudin (sausage made from pork liver and heart meat), bacon, fried chicken, cheese and even peanut butter and jelly. Where did the idea for deaux boys come from? The creators said, “We're basically just fat boys who love doughnuts and wanted to start a trend."
Megan Wyatt, "Only in Louisiana! The doughnut po' boy", wwltv.com, April 26, 2016, © WWL-TV
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