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It's that time of year again...

post #1 of 17
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When people drink lots of beer ,get too drunk and put strange colored things in thier mouths!! Yep its time for GREEN CORNEDBEEF SAUSAGE!!! At work for the past several years I have made these green little beauties and shocked, disgusted, and suprised alot of our customers!!! We take some coarse ground CB and mix it with a batch of basic country style sausage and then stuff it into a hog casing. OH YEAH...and we ad some green food coloring! Sure causes a alot of customer interaction! Here's some pics of the process...Enjoy!


 

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Cuttin the corned beef up for grinding

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Hobart grinder in action

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1/4" coarse plate

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Mixa Mixa Mixa!!

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Heres the beast... a water press sausage stuffer!! 75 pounds at a time with this bad boy! Yeah I know you all have stuffer envy right now!! Its good to be the king!!

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Opps got a little dangle going on here

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And heres a pic of the stuffed cornedbeef and pork...without the green added. We decided to make a batch w/o it so we could offer some to those people that always say, "I would buy some if it wasn't green!" HA No excuses now!

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All linked up

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And ready for wrapping

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NOW!! On to the Greenies!
We start with the same mix

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Then add some food coloring mixed with some water to help it spread evenly throughout the batch

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WHOA!
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BAZINGA!!
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 All ready for the beast!
 

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Out they come Green as can be!!

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Heres a little color comparison to a stufz burger press...Yep we have one at work for lunches!

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 Now I know they look real good now but in a day or so they will intensify in color so the will look real good and green for the display case.
Thanks for watching...
SOB-QTV

post #2 of 17

WOWSERS

 

I like them

 

As they say here in PA

 

COOL BEANS

post #3 of 17

Now that is Just out of control and i LOVE IT.. nice job Looks-Great.gif

post #4 of 17

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post #5 of 17

Very cool!!!!!!!!!

post #6 of 17

Cool SOB !

 

If you would have stuffed them a month ago, you wouldn't need the food coloring!

 

Nice stuffer too!----(got a little dangle going on-----LOL)

 

Bear

post #7 of 17

Waaay Cool Mr. SOB!

 

 

Todd

No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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post #8 of 17

Yikes!!

 

  Craig

post #9 of 17

Wow thats some fine looking "Green Weenie's" ...sausage.gifnice addition to green beer.PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

post #10 of 17

Sweet thats a great idea.

post #11 of 17

Nice Looking Sausages...

 

Reminds me of Jack Klugman in "The Odd Couple"  He had Brown Sandwiches and Green Sandwiches,  They asked,  "What are the green?"  "It's Either Very New Cheese or Very Old Meat."  biggrin.gif


Edited by Beer-B-Q - 3/10/11 at 4:31pm
post #12 of 17

Wow!    I think I would probably have to have a few of those green beers to go with my green sausage!  Do we all wake up the next morning with green teeth?

post #13 of 17

Great job there SOB! Must be great working with all that commercial equipment.

post #14 of 17

I think I would pass on the green weenies too, Unless I was a regular. 

post #15 of 17

I'm in envy here...................... I dont know what a butcher makes a year but I would love to quit my stinkin job and become one.................

 

If your customers saw your first and second pic with the meat and the food coloring in the mixing tub I'm sure it would have sent them running out the door......

post #16 of 17

You are a sick puppy.  But I like it!

 

Good luck and good smoking!

post #17 of 17

LOL....right up there with green beer......love but idea but it just seems WRONG....glad to see you have some fun at work

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