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Boshizzle 08-12-2011 11:33 PM

The Worst Sausage in the History of Sausage
 
This is the worst sausage ever! My wife brought this stuff home and said she thought it would be good. I took one look at what was in it and dismissed it right away. Well, I had a lite dinner and was hungry tonight while watching the pre-season football game and the only thing in the fridge were those sausages.

I looked them over and read the ingredients. Chicken sausage with maple syrup. It sounded revolting. But, it was the only thing in there. I decided to give two of them a go and thought that if I loaded them with 3Eyez rub, mustard and hot sauce that I could eat them.

I couldn't eat them. They tasted like bland ground meat with sugar in it and smelled like a sweet greasy corn dog. I fed one to the dogs and have this one left that I will feed to the dogs tomorrow.

What are these people thinking with this stuff anyway?

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landarc 08-12-2011 11:40 PM

Um, the label would be good to see. You can't just tell us it is awful and not give us the info to avoid it

cabledawg 08-12-2011 11:41 PM

Well could be worst. Wife on a health kick a year ago brought home a case of tofu sausage. A years later and a threat of divorce if she ever put one on my plate we still have a case -1 of tofu sausage. Any takers?

Boshizzle 08-12-2011 11:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cabledawg (Post 1748277)
Well could be worst. Wife on a health kick a year ago brought home a case of tofu sausage. A years later and a threat of divorce if she ever put one on my plate we still have a case -1 of tofu sausage. Any takers?

Whoa, tofu sausage has to be a violation of marriage vows in any culture. :-D

Hankdad1 08-12-2011 11:45 PM

"I fed one to the dogs and have this one left that I will feed to the dogs tomorrow."

What did the dogs do to you?:shock:

Boshizzle 08-12-2011 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Hankdad1 (Post 1748283)
"I fed one to the dogs and have this one left that I will feed to the dogs tomorrow."

What did the dogs do to you?:shock:

They are probably plotting their revenge right now.

Boshizzle 08-12-2011 11:49 PM

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Originally Posted by landarc (Post 1748276)
Um, the label would be good to see. You can't just tell us it is awful and not give us the info to avoid it

Well, OK, but now that I am revealing the package I must add that this review is only my opinion.

Now, to be fair to my wife, she can't eat gluten and is always bringing home stuff that is labeled gluten free. She also prefers not to eat fatty foods and since this is labeled as reduced fat she thought it might be good.

To me, as soon as I read gluten free or reduced/low fat I automatically pass on it.

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cabledawg 08-12-2011 11:50 PM

The day she brought the case home I said if you eat one first i might. One bite and the colors that woman's face turned was amazing then off to the bathroom she went. That was the end of that nonsense.

Boshizzle 08-12-2011 11:51 PM

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Originally Posted by cabledawg (Post 1748289)
The day she brought the case home I said if you eat one first i might. One bite and the colors that woman's face turned was amazing then off to the bathroom she went. That was the end of that nonsense.

:laugh:

cabledawg 08-12-2011 11:53 PM

The label says it all........I will stick with cardboard.

Q-Dat 08-13-2011 12:00 AM

I have seen that before. Did that come from Sam's?

Some of the other Sausages they have are pretty good. I like the Cavanaugh, and the Holme's Links.

Boshizzle 08-13-2011 12:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Q-Dat (Post 1748297)
I have seen that before. Did that come from Sam's?

Some of the other Sausages they have are pretty good. I like the Cavanaugh, and the Holme's Links.

It didn't come from Sam's because we don't have one in our town. I have no idea where she found it. I'm sure the Cavanaugh, and the Holme's Links are much better than these abominations.

Crazy Harry 08-13-2011 12:24 AM

thanks for the heads up and warning

thirdeye 08-13-2011 12:41 AM

So in other words.... it's the worst of the wurst. :laugh:

Phrasty 08-13-2011 02:35 AM

I dunno why, and I'm sure there are good ones out there but personally sausages are best left for the 4 legged animals... :puke: My condolences for having to go through that brother Bo!

Cheers


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