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Old 06-05-2005, 03:11 PM   #1
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Short Notice Grillin'

Had some folks for dinner on short notice the other day.
Smoked some rope sausage and drumsticks for 2 hours, then
put on some burgers and hotdogs. Turned out good!!!

Grillin'

Help Yourself!!

Also had sides of mac salad and beans with chopped brisket.
Oh, and of course Beer!
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Old 06-05-2005, 03:50 PM   #2
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hey oom what kind of sausage was that? I love the stuff but good sausage is hard to find here...I keep feeling like I'm missing out on something.
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Old 06-05-2005, 10:42 PM   #3
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That sausage does look good, with just a little crunch!
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Everything looks great Pappy! That sausage roll in the back looks like a rattler! You sure that's sausage??? 8-[
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That's Sweet Italian sausage, not rattler, that our small local grocery sells. It comes in about 3 foot lengths raw (uncured) in hot or sweet. Even the sweet is quite spicey. I think is called Porta Prima (?). The reason I like it is that it takes low & slow smokin for 2 or 3 hours well without drying out. At our Sam's they have a good "looking" raw sausage but it drys out to a flavor and texture of particle board when smoked.
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I just can't find good sausage down here. The northeast and Texas have great looking stuff, but there are no little deli's/marts down here that make their own specialties.
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Man... That stuff looked good. Real Good.
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That's Sweet Italian sausage, not rattler, that our small local grocery sells.................well without drying out. At our Sam's they have a good "looking" raw sausage but it drys out to a flavor and texture of particle board when smoked.
I get Italian Sausage from a local neighborhood Italian store and its the same way. The stuff from Sams here is the same as yours...dried out quickly !
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mow that's a good way for me to kill myself or lose a few fingers. My neighbor gave me a big hardback book from 1976 all about how to cure meat and make your own sausage. It looks a little too complicated for my drunk ass.
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We make Italian sausage a few times a year, usually when the butt price gets to 99 cents a lb. that is awesome. We've also tried making pepperoni and hot dogs, but with limited success.
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