Originally Posted by IamMadMan
Polish Sausage is a broad term, the same is true with the name kielbasa which is a generic term in Polish for sausage.
The kielbasa or polish sausage we have been exposed to is fine grained and very greasy. If you have a polish deli or butcher in your area the Polish version of this is Wedzona. I prefer to make Krakowska which has large chunks of meat and not all ground through a 13mm plate.
I don't know about being MAD but you're pretty smart!
Never knew Kielbasa meant Sausage. That explains the wide differences in Kielbasa. From what you are saying I think the krakowska would be much better.
I'll see if I can find a local source. This part of America is a bit too homogenized and we don't have too many ethnic pockets which is a shame. So much heritage is lost!
·BBQ Pulled Pork Butts
·Sausage w Onions and Peppers
oMac and cheese
oSliced tomatoes (if ripe)
oRed beans and rice
Originally Posted by popeye