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Old 07-24-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default Some Venison Andouille Sausage and Breakfast

I've been using a lot of the venison from last season.
http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...er-season.html

Made a batch of Andouille the other day with some of the stash.



I like to use pork fat with my venison...





made a slurry with one cup of beer and the spices, mixed and the let the venison Andouille chill overnight.



Love the stuffer! Thanks again Tim!!



made a braid for a friend that's been helping me.







wanted to make some Hoppin John so I sautéed the onions, garlic and seasonings, added chicken stock and some of the venison Andouille. Then let them simmer in the drum.
I used the BPS drum and raised the hot coal rack to the top level.



grilled the venison and added rice and beans to the stock. (used pintos, I was out of black eyed peas)



made a batch of jalapeno cornbread in the drum too.





I ran the skillet of cornbread under the broiler to brown the top a bit more.



the venison Andouille, hoppin' john and jalapeno cornbread...



It was pretty tasty, had a nice kick to it.




Made some venison hash the next day by frying potatoes, garlic, onions and cubed Andouille...







The Andouille added a little bit of heat to the breakfast. I liked it! :)


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Old 07-24-2013, 11:01 PM   #2
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I am hungry now!! What grinder and stuffer are you using?
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Old 07-24-2013, 11:07 PM   #3
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I am hungry now!! What grinder and stuffer are you using?
Thank you rcpilot, the grinder is a cheap Oster but it's lasted several years so far. I got the stuffer from Brethren The Kapn (Tim). It's a 5lb Lem. I really love the thing. Makes stuffing go so much quicker for me.

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Old 07-24-2013, 11:12 PM   #4
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Great post Jeanie! I too am a lover of hash and yours looks great. I've never done sausage but have been tempted by your posts and blog. You go girl!
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Thanks Marty!
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Beautiful production Jeannie! I just ate and you made me hungry anyway, lol.

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OMG!! I'd so hit that! Awesomeness as usual!

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Beautiful. Nice cook!
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Wow, looks fantastic!
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Excellent! Might have to make some sausage with my venison. You are an inspiration!
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Looks great, Jeanie! I usually make snack sticks with most of my venison but I just might have to give this a try!
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