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Jerry Lee's Cajun Foods

  • 12181 Greenwell Springs Road Baton Rouge, LA 70814
  • (225) 272-0739

Family has always been important to Jerry Lee and remembers as a child loving to watch his father and older brothers cook cajun cuisine. In 1973 Jerry Lee moved to Baton Rouge as a surveyor for the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. There he met his wife, Debbie Jones Duplantis. In 1978 along with his father in law, they purchased a meat market and convenient store called Kwik Shop at 12181 Greenwell Springs Road in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and went into business by himself. Currently we are making 600 to 1000 pounds of boudin a day using a water-powered "stuffer" to stuff fresh pork, rice, vegetables and cajun spices. Jerry Lee has grown his menu to include other customer favorites...fresh fried cracklins, pork skins, hog-head cheese, beef jerky, green onion sausage, and Italian sausage. In just a short time, word of mouth brought long lines of hungry customers wanting to try the famous Jerry Lee's Boudin. LSU Football season, Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays more than double the customers who anxiously include Jerry Lee's as part of their festivities and traditions. Unstuffed boudin, sold as a rice dressing has become a "must have" for the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner table. The team at Jerry Lee's cook around the clock to ensure that we have the freshest and highest quality products. It will be hot and waiting for you when you arrive. Six days a week and open at the early hour of 5:00 a.m., call ahead or come in and shop with us today! For some of Jerry Lee's Recipes go to the store website. With gratitude from our family to yours for 33 years of successful business...may God bless! "Give thanks to Him, bless His name. For the Lord is good; His loving kindness is everlasting." Psalm 100:4-5