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Old 05-08-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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BBQ Sausage

almost every pic I see of Texas bbq has a long smoked sausage in it.
Looks mighty dang good to me. I'd like to start throwing some on
each time I smoke something, but what kind is used?

Hard to find good sausage here, we basically get Hillshire Farms
and Johnsonville...any reccomendations?

I assume it's just an all beef sausage?
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Old 05-08-2009, 11:05 AM   #2
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almost every pic I see of Texas bbq has a long smoked sausage in it.
Looks mighty dang good to me. I'd like to start throwing some on
each time I smoke something, but what kind is used?

Hard to find good sausage here, we basically get Hillshire Farms
and Johnsonville...any reccomendations?

I assume it's just an all beef sausage?
Cappy I don't know but with you being in the South and me being raised in the South, it gave me a great idea! I'm a huge fan of liver pudding, especially in the casing, I wonder how that would be on the WSM? I haven't had liver pudding in years, but man I have a craving.....

Now back to your post.....

I've done up some of the Hillshire all beef links on the WSM and loved them, not sure how they compare to the authentic Texan version though....
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Old 05-08-2009, 11:07 AM   #3
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Use whatever you can find. The best sausages around here are pork.

Hillshire farms sausages are weak on seasoning & smoke flavor,

Maybe try to inject a infused garlic & onion oil or butter into hillshire farms links before smoking
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Old 05-08-2009, 02:40 PM   #4
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so the Texas bbq guys are heating up smoked sausages?

This is one of the few things I like to put a thicker tomato bbq sauce
on.
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Cappy, I love these http://www.rogerwoodfoods.com/showitem.cfm?id=7&cat=32
They are alredy cooked but mighty fine eats.
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Tim I can get those down here at Food Lion...I'll give em a shot.
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Tim I can get those down here at Food Lion...I'll give em a shot.
Guess you're not a liver pudding fan......
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man, we was poor when I was coming up....we ate fried chicken gizzards and such....but for whatever reason, we never had livermush or liver pudding. Maybe it's the same thing, but I heard about people eating it when I was little, and just the name of it made love chicken gizzards.
Then these yankees came down and started talking about scrapple, that's a whole nother story
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Hard to find decent sausage in most grocery stores unless they make it. Ya might try finding some place locally to make it for ya unless of course you want to try it yurself. Lots of good recipes on this here internet and mos likely in this here forum. Best sausage always gonna be home made fer sure. That Hilshire Farm stuff sux a bunch.
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Polish sausage (kielbasa) is made of ground lean pork and beef, seasonings, and garlic. This is what you always see in my pictures. We have many Czechs and Polls down here and they make awesome sausage.

This is one of many brands down here...










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