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Unread 12-15-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default made xmas sausage

left to right. italian,brats,garlic/cajun,& beer cheddar brats.


closeup of italian & brats


garlic/cajun & beer cheddar brats
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Unread 12-15-2008, 01:59 PM   #2
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Nice job!
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Looks good, I have a meat grinder on my X-mas list. Hopefully I'll be making snausage too in a couple weeks.
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Looking real good!! I hope to be trying out my new stuffer next week!
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Looks great. I need to dig out the stuffer I borrowed!
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Nice! Looks like a lot of work, but paid off in the end.
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looks good enough to eat
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Great mix of sausages you picked to make. Those sure do look like they are going to be good eating.
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Good Looking sausage! Are you using Collagen casings? If ya are how do you like them?
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Sausage that you make yourself always has that "extra" bit of flavor . Good lookin' eats right there.
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Nice lookin links. Your last sausage post inspired me to get a grinder, hoping to make some over the Christmas break. John
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Good Looking sausage! Are you using Collagen casings? If ya are how do you like them?
i used both(ran out of natural).i prefer the natural for eating & tying but the collagen is easier to get on the stuffing tube.i was hand tying but next time i use collagens i'll either string tie or use rings & crimp.
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Grinder and stuffer are on my Christmas List! Can't wait to have something that looks so delicious on my kitchen counter! Good looking work! My address is: ........
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Nice job on the sausage. Making your own is very rewarding, plus you get the benefit of know exactly goes in them, no mystery meat!
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