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(WPXI.com)   Bob Evans recalls over two tons of pork sausage. Jimmy Dean seen whistling nervously. James Dean too cool to care. Paula Deen last seen eating a stick of butter   (wpxi.com) divider line
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2021-01-22 1:23:51 PM  
Subby's mom fondly recalls James Deen's "pork sausage."
 
2021-01-22 1:31:49 PM  
I want to go to Big Boy's and eat a whole warming pan of sausage links, like the olden days.  Smother em in syrup, there you go, that's right.
 
2021-01-22 1:40:26 PM  

born_yesterday: I want to go to Big Boy's and eat a whole warming pan of sausage links, like the olden days.  Smother em in syrup, there you go, that's right.


Dammit. Now I do too.
 
2021-01-22 1:44:11 PM  
Butter?

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2021-01-22 1:56:01 PM  

fluffy_pope: Subby's mom fondly recalls James Deen's "pork sausage."


ha ha ha, she did last night!

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altho' maaan, als-Kind, Bob Evans was a rare treat, and lots of nostalgia there.

we've actually got a store here, just one town over in Andalusia - but I'm still too askeert to ruin my precious childhood false-memories.
 
2021-01-22 2:05:21 PM  

johnny_vegas: Butter?

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2021-01-22 2:17:50 PM  

tintar: fluffy_pope: Subby's mom fondly recalls James Deen's "pork sausage."
ha ha ha, she did last night!
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altho' maaan, als-Kind, Bob Evans was a rare treat, and lots of nostalgia there.
w've actually got a store here, just one town over in Andalusia - but I'm still too askeert to ruin my precious childhood false-memories.


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Satan invented these to torment me. Pure cracknip.
 
2021-01-22 2:23:10 PM  
Bob Evans reluctantly recalls pork sausage.

Paula Deen fondly recalls Jim Crow laws.
 
2021-01-22 2:34:53 PM  
fluffy_pope:
Satan invented these to torment me. Pure cracknip.

I feel the exact same way about those maple-injectamafied fake-snausage patties from Morningstar Farms... god, I could eat a brazillion of those. it's missing all the grease and gristle of The Real Deal, but still.
 
2021-01-22 2:47:42 PM  

tintar: fluffy_pope:
Satan invented these to torment me. Pure cracknip.

I feel the exact same way about those maple-injectamafied fake-snausage patties from Morningstar Farms... god, I could eat a brazillion of those. it's missing all the grease and gristle of The Real Deal, but still.


My most recent weakness is the McDonalds sausage biscuit.  It is far from their best breakfast sandwich, but they go really well with coffee.
 
2021-01-22 3:03:02 PM  

born_yesterday: tintar: fluffy_pope:
Satan invented these to torment me. Pure cracknip.

I feel the exact same way about those maple-injectamafied fake-snausage patties from Morningstar Farms... god, I could eat a brazillion of those. it's missing all the grease and gristle of The Real Deal, but still.

My most recent weakness is the McDonalds sausage biscuit.  It is far from their best breakfast sandwich, but they go really well with coffee.


ever have the croisanthang from Dunkin Donuts? get two, cause you'll want one in the ambulance.
 
2021-01-22 3:53:08 PM  

born_yesterday: My most recent weakness is the McDonalds sausage biscuit.  It is far from their best breakfast sandwich, but they go really well with coffee.


my childhood rare-treat was their breffist-platter. hotcakes, scrambled eggs from-actually-fresh (this was back in late70s/early80s) sausage patties. heaven on a (styrofoam) plate.


fluffy_pope: ever have the croisanthang from Dunkin Donuts? get two, cause you'll want one in the ambulance.


I've tried it, but only very recently, once or twice. and thus only with the Beyond-snausage (which... I really do not like their version. it's just... unpleasant.) - but ennahoo, the crosswang has been always limp soggy and also-unpleasant - in my very limited experience - too few data-points on my part. maybe it's better to get one inside rather than the drive-thru'? also-also, I imagine it must be, it has to be, prolly a brazillion miles better with whatever greasy actual-sausage they have.

$mai_waifu always orders Dunkie's wake-up wraps as, "no egg, please!" (ha ha ha, she's not wrong!!! their frozen-food-service hockey pucks are viscerally unnerving. plus they usually double-up the tarkey-snausage when she orders that way. woman sure does love-love-lurve their turkey sausage! can't comment personally, but it does smell pretty darn good.)
 
2021-01-22 5:02:42 PM  
A lot of USDA inspectors out with COVID parts of last year. People sick on the line. Still working OT to get out product. can't imagine why any recalls are happening.
 
2021-01-22 5:27:38 PM  
I don't want to downplay the severity of foreign plastic in sausage, but 4000# is barely a blip on the national recall scale.
 
amb
2021-01-22 6:09:33 PM  
We have been getting this at Costco. Straight from the freezer to the pan. By the time all the pancakes are ready, the sausage is cooked.
 
amb
2021-01-22 6:10:15 PM  
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Now with picture.
 
2021-01-22 9:22:23 PM  
Making your own at home means never having to say "I'm sorry" to the USDA.
 
2021-01-23 6:01:51 AM  

FormlessOne: Making your own at home means never having to say "I'm sorry" to the USDA.


speaking of rolling-your-own, this stuff has been out-of-stock for *tapatap* going on 4 damn years now. grrr! which is a farking shame, the stuff had exactly the correct amounts of sage/fennel, with the added bonus I could prepare it at whatever grease-level I felt like, and I could sub some of the water with actual-factual-maple-syrup.

we gots plenty o' tvp crumbles, but I don't quite have my dzhazhie's skill at spicing snausages (professional large-scale meat-packing-plant owner, and private small-scale smokehouse owner. best kovbasa of my entire misspent youth.)

/boy do I miss that little smokehouse
//the man sealed a tiny brick cottage purely for the purposes of smoking/curing things
///yes, the entire building was one oversized smoker

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