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Old 04-11-2009, 05:39 PM   #21
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Ray, you are speaking my language now - kielbasa (smoked and fresh) with fresh grated horseradish, hard crust rye bread, pickled eggs, zurek, and of course, some zubrovka.
I saw when searched for recipes I noticed that kielbasa was a very common sausage choice. Those recipes omitted the peppers an added brown sugar.

Either way a fresh pickled sausage with a beer is the bomb.

Mom is making borsch....
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Old 04-13-2009, 04:54 PM   #22
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Ray, you are speaking my language now - kielbasa (smoked and fresh) with fresh grated horseradish, hard crust rye bread, pickled eggs, zurek, and of course, some zubrovka.
Well, I mixed it up and changed the traditional menu. I stuffed the smoked kielbasa with sauerkraut and Polish mushrooms (boletus edulus) and wrapped them with bacon to hold everything together. I grilled them over hardwood coal and indirect heat. What a hit! I didn't do the borsht since I didn't boil the sausage. I also found a recipe for mizeria that was great. My Polish next door neighbor is from Scranton, PA.

I don't know about the pickled kielbasa...I think I like it better not pickled.
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Old 04-16-2009, 01:28 AM   #23
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At a little more than a week I must say that its just as good as it was at 2-days. The smell is awesome though.

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Old 04-16-2009, 01:35 AM   #24
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I don't know about the pickled kielbasa...I think I like it better not pickled.
I don't see this as something pair with other foods. I liken it to same caliber as pickled eggs. Its meant to be ate during a drinking session. Classic Beerfood. Gets chowed on more as you get fubar. A drunken delicacy.
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Last update... This was big hit at my HB Club meeting. The sausage went quick as did the onion & peppers.

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Maybe a dumb question but after you put this together, do you refrigerate it? I've never pickled anything before but my gut says to refrigerate.

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Maybe a dumb question but after you put this together, do you refrigerate it? I've never pickled anything before but my gut says to refrigerate.
I did for mine. Mainly, because of the meat. I imagine its pretty safe unrefrigerated for awhile if the food is covered with the brine.

I'd rather keep it cold for eating anyhow.
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Just threw some eggs AND sausage together. Got a camping trip this weekend, can't wait to pass this around.

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Did you add some hot peppers???

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Did you add some hot peppers???
Yup - the green slivers in the picture are those pickled jalepenos you can get in the can (the one with carrots too). I added about half of a medium can and reserved the rest to see how hot I can handle!
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