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(Some Sandwich Guy)   Full of leftovers? Time for a sausage fest   (origin.bnn.ca) divider line
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492 clicks; posted to Food » on 28 Nov 2021 at 9:30 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-11-28 9:39:58 AM  
 
2021-11-28 9:44:13 AM  
Haven't seen a sausage fest like that since my last prog rock concert.

But seriously.

Mr. silo made his fabulous chili (that has sweet and mild sausage in it) yesterday for dinner so I'm getting a kick...

He does a mix of sausage and beef, pinto and kidney, diced toms, and tomato paste. Oh and a lager of course.
 
2021-11-28 11:03:09 AM  
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2021-11-28 11:30:23 AM  
Let's sausaaaaaaaaage:

McDonald's Land Sea and Air Burger Sausage
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2021-11-28 11:36:30 AM  

tintar: was hoping it'd be something like
https://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/tha​nksgiving-sausages/953180a6-5f99-4d07-​ae60-699ee65aec2c
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but TFA looks pretty good too!
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I don't know anybody with a sausage machine, but I really want to try that recipe.
 
2021-11-28 11:45:12 AM  
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2021-11-28 12:03:50 PM  
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2021-11-28 12:09:34 PM  

TheReject: tintar: was hoping it'd be something like
https://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/tha​nksgiving-sausages/953180a6-5f99-4d07-​ae60-699ee65aec2c
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but TFA looks pretty good too!
[Fark user image 620x349]

I don't know anybody with a sausage machine, but I really want to try that recipe.


I've not made actual sausages since childhood, helping my grandfather with kovbasa. nor have I even attempted any of the vegetarian recipes where you form babby in saran wrap and then steam, then grill (or form them in parchment/foil, then bake) - but I suppose those methods would work? admittedly losing the crispy delicious casing.

or it could work as a meatloaf, but seriously who doesn't like a nice versatile sausage.
 
2021-11-28 1:17:16 PM  
The meat counter/butcher at my local store sells a variety of brats without casing. For the life of me, I don't know why. However, the funny part is that buying 5 of those for 5$ is cheaper per lb then buying their ground sausage. *shrug*

The chili route is a good idea....might try a white chili with sausage once it gets cold(er) again.
 
2021-11-28 1:17:27 PM  
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2021-11-28 8:14:54 PM  

tintar: TheReject: tintar: was hoping it'd be something like
https://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/tha​nksgiving-sausages/953180a6-5f99-4d07-​ae60-699ee65aec2c
[Fark user image 800x450]

but TFA looks pretty good too!
[Fark user image 620x349]

I don't know anybody with a sausage machine, but I really want to try that recipe.

I've not made actual sausages since childhood, helping my grandfather with kovbasa. nor have I even attempted any of the vegetarian recipes where you form babby in saran wrap and then steam, then grill (or form them in parchment/foil, then bake)


You want to try a Glamorgan sausage, bud.
 
2021-11-29 1:21:09 AM  

iron de havilland: You want to try a Glamorgan sausage, bud.


you already had me at leeks, brother! seriously, that sounds pretty farking good. even the relish sounds great, kind of a take on garlic chutney, mmm.

noted and bookmarked for later use.
 
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