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Old 08-16-2014, 07:47 AM   #31
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Make loads of proper sausages. As good as german and italian ones are, british sausages are by far and away the best.

a small list, stolen from t'internet as I couldn't be bothered typing it all out

Cumberland Sausage - A hefty, chunky sausage easily identified as it comes in a continuous spiral. Spiced with pepper this a flavoursome sausage and a good all-rounder.
Gloucester Sausage - As the name implies, is made with Gloucester Old Spot Pork, nicely flavoured with sage.
Lincolnshire Sausage - All herby and meaty, often heady with sage and sometime a little thyme.
Manchester Sausage - A herby sausage containing cloves, ginger, nutmeg, mace and white pepper.
Marylebone Sausage - Expect mace, sage and ginger in this traditional London butchers sausage.
Oxford Sausage - Sage and savory, a touch of marjoram, lemon pork and veal - a nicely refined sausage.
Pork and Apple- The apple in this pork sausage opens itself up to using cider in the mix thus creating a lovely moist sausage much loved in the West Country.
Square Slicing Sausage aka Lorne - Made from a mixture of pork and beef. Conveniently this sausage sits very well in a sandwich and is often found on the breakfast plate.
Suffolk Sausage - Coarse sausage similar not unlike a Lincolnshire
Tomato Sausage - Always a favourite with children with a distinctive red color and light tomato flavour.
Yorkshire Sausage - Expect a sausage flavoured with cayenne, a pinch of nutmeg, white pepper and mace. Delicious.

Also black and white pudding.

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Old 08-16-2014, 01:59 PM   #32
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All of those sound great! I'm having some leftover potato corn chowder I loaded with sliced, sauteed Italian sausage right now. Used fresh roasted bi-color corn too. Yum.

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Old 08-16-2014, 02:19 PM   #33
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Make some Mexican Chorizo. My son makes it in his commercial kitchen; my wife has a killer Chorizo dip recipe:

Pan fry a pound of Chorizo out of casings until crispy
Add one diced onion & 2 cloves chopped Garlic
Cook until onions are translucent
Add two large diced tomatoes or drained 15 oz can of diced tomatoes
One can diced green chili peppers
3 cups shredded cheese (Cheddar or ChedderJack)
If too thick add some Chicken broth to thin it out
Serve hot w/Tortilla chips.
Current party favorite that edged out her hot Artichoke Dip on Pumpernickle squares.

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I am planning a sausage corn chowder now. I really need to find a sausage grinder and stuffer before too long.

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Old 08-18-2014, 05:13 PM   #35
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If you have a kitchen-aid (or similar) stand mixer, there are some pretty reasonable meat grinder/stuffer attachments out there, so you don't have to spring for the real thing (unless you make sausage quite often.)

There have been plenty of sausage ideas and recipes posted so far, so I won't repeat them. Just be sure to grind in some fatback from your hog as well, since you don't want 100% lean sausage. Salt carefully, and fry little patties to taste as you season. Chorizo is my favorite.

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Old 08-18-2014, 05:22 PM   #36
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A few smoked fatties stuffed with jalapeños and cheddar cheese wrapped in a bacon weave would be in my future!!!

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Italian wedding soup. Go heavy on the meatballs!

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