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Old 03-22-2007, 11:52 AM   #1
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Easter Sausage

Placed my order today for 2 cases of Butts for my Easter Sausage...and picked up some casings and spices from the Sausage Maker...and pick up some wood from the Smokeilicous people.....and a few other things from BJ's looks like next weekend is a Sausage Making weekend...Mr. Pen are you intrested? I think I could scrape up a few light beers.....
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Old 03-22-2007, 11:55 AM   #2
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What exactly is easter sausage,if you dont mind me asking.What types of woods are you picking up,I have been playing alot with there dusts and have been impressed.
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Old 03-22-2007, 12:14 PM   #3
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2 cases you're makin a lot of sausage
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Old 03-22-2007, 01:58 PM   #4
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Aaron the Easter Sausage is traditional polish sausage but with extra marjoram in it…Today I picked up some hickory chunks and some cherry chips (for the lectric)…Last week I picked up an order of Cherry wood both in log form and the chunks and some pecan, orange and something else dust….I agree with you the dust adds a nice flavor to the finished product…next time I might try the coconut…..
Steer Crazy yeah we’re making a little bit of sausage….my mom wants 30lbs and I’ve had a few guys at work who want to buy some…Forgot to mention while we were out we stopped at Borders and picked up the Ball Canning and Preserving Book(I think that is is another of my must have books) and the new Weber book with a recipe from our own Jminion…he looks a lot older than he sounds :P ….next time I’m going for the other Weber cook book….and a nice big thick Stainless pot is on my list…..
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Old 03-22-2007, 02:10 PM   #5
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Coconut and rum are nice for doing desserts.
That sausage sounds good,what are you paying per pound for the butts.
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Case price is .79-.99 a lb...
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The same prices as here in Canada,now if I could only find packers for the U.S prices here I would be laughing.
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Sounds like a good time, unfortunitly its my weekend to work...
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.79 to .99 a lb ....man the best I can is $1.39 and that's because I know butcher (manager) in our Shop Rite supermarket. Coscos wants $1.54 and these are case prices.
And where is a good spot to order some dust, gonna try playing around with it myself. [smilie=18_13_1.gif]
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.79 to .99 a lb ....man the best I can is $1.39 and that's because I know butcher (manager) in our Shop Rite supermarket. Coscos wants $1.54 and these are case prices.
And where is a good spot to order some dust, gonna try playing around with it myself. [smilie=18_13_1.gif]
Here is the link for the dust...http://www.smokinlicious.com/index.php? ... od%20Chips
The price on the butts is the case price at BJs
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