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Unread 05-24-2012, 01:29 PM   #1
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New to the community, but after searching around i thought i had to say hello.

Little History, Bought OTS Last Wed, Bought 270lbs of Coals at Wally World, Last night made 4 Types of sausage because...well yeah, because i wanted to.

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Chicken, Red Bell Pepper, Spinach and Feta
Turkey, Orange Bell and Feta
Sweet Italian
Hot Italian

Cooked about a hour on indirect, then char'd on other side of grill.

A little before and after Pron. Taking some of these to the house boat for the weekend and thinking i may premake a bunch of ABT's Will have pics to come
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Unread 05-24-2012, 01:33 PM   #2
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Man those sausages look great! Especially the chicken version...welcome to the Bretheren.

Sounds like you are well on your way (making your OWN sausage, OTS & 270 lbs. of charcoal) to becoming a "Full Fledged Farker!"

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those look gr8 welcome to the camp
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Well done, sir! I want to try my hand at homemade sausages...I may have to hit you up for advice!
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I'm thinking we haven't heard the last of you ...
WELCOME!!
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Looks good to me.
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Unread 05-24-2012, 01:45 PM   #7
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You better get used to the name Brothers. You will be seeing ALOT of me. As for the sausage, this was not my first by any means. Me and my Mom usually always make it. This however was the first one w/o mom there, Meaning i could do what i wanted.

Secondly, as evident by the fact i make my own sausage, this is not my first time around a grill. Just the first one i have actually had at my place as it took me a while to convince the land lord to allow me a grill in the back yard.

and Thirdly, Since i wasnt able to get a grill and stuff last year, my extra income went into Homebrew. For some reason my friends never leave my apartment.
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Cool stuff. My wife's family always killed a pig every year and made their own sausage. She turned the hand crank as a little girl. I think they stopped doing that about the same time her mom started buying chickens at the grocer and declared she was never plucking another.
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"my extra income went into Homebrew. For some reason my friends never leave my apartmenT"

mmmmmm home brew! Can't get my buddies to leave once I bring my homies out!
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Looks good from here and welcome to the asylum!
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Welcome! Make sure your health insurance is paid up. You have a problem.
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The sausages look tasty. Welcome to the forum.
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Hi! New to the site. Looking to build a UDS soon, so I am doing some research. I have been a griller for years (charcoal and wood only) and wanted to try my hand at something new. I am also curious about competitions but that would be after my kids get older. Thanks!
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Nice SSG!
Nice to hear they have beer there, especially home brew!!
Oh yeah, WELCOME!
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Welcome! The sausages look great.
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