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Old 05-09-2011, 05:34 AM   #11
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My dad and I started doing venison sausage every Thanksgiving. Hopefully its fresh venison but it works well with leftovers from the freezer making room for more venison or sausage

We'll make some smoked Andouille at the same time and let it age in the fridge until New Years then make a heaping big pot of Jambalaya.

Every Memorial Day I grill up 5# of homemade brats and who ever wants one comes and gets some.

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Old 12-17-2011, 02:12 AM   #12
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Well, my wife is second generation American. Before her family moved to the states her great grandfather owned a meat shop in Poland. The secret family recipe has been handed down and since I married into the family I get to have it too ! We make about 30lbs of Kielbasa every Christmas and I am starting to make my own brats. Should be might tasty! This paired with home Brew, who could ask for more!

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Old 12-18-2011, 02:49 PM   #13
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Well, my wife is second generation American. Before her family moved to the states her great grandfather owned a meat shop in Poland. The secret family recipe has been handed down and since I married into the family I get to have it too ! We make about 30lbs of Kielbasa every Christmas and I am starting to make my own brats. Should be might tasty! This paired with home Brew, who could ask for more!
Mind posting those recipes?
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Well, if I were to post the Kielbasa I would be dead before sunset, but for the bratwurst I start with the recipes here and modify them for what I want. They end up pretty tasty. I really do recommend using a dedicated stuffer when packing your casings.

Mmm mmm sausage.

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Old 12-19-2011, 07:06 PM   #15
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Now THAT'S a Christmas Card Photo if I've ever seen one!
(after all there is a Christmas towel hanging on the stove behind you)

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Great picture. Want some brats now.

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... Stosh brings in a package wrapped in butcher paper and hands it to Walter, who unwraps it ... in the paper there appears to be kielbasa casings stuffed with blue and red cloth, "what's this?" Walter says; "It's a Warszawianin message" says Stosh, "it means Charles was smoked with the fishes” ...
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