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A good couple days work

post #1 of 16
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Been a fun few days with lot's of good eats along the way.  The big smoker sure is nice too.  Made a pile of hot dogs and Bologna too


That Boston Butt sure was tasty.  Smoked it while we were making the sausage along with a couple of chickens.   ... Carve it warm right at the table then finish it off (whats left) with a little more cooking and pull it for pulled pork sandwiches ... yum, yum.


New Smoker



Snack tray for the get together







Spicy Italian_Bandier



Pork Shoulder



Chicken Mango (Kevin recipe)



Deer Salami .... fine - real fine!






Breakfast Links (AC Legg's #110)



Spciy Itallian Sausage_Bandiera



A few others not quite ready yet

Edited by rexlan - 4/24/13 at 9:43am
post #2 of 16

Looks amazing to me!  Good job!



post #3 of 16

looks Great.

happy smoken.


post #4 of 16

Very impressive variety! I generally like to make at least a couple types of sausages when I break out the grinder & other sausage-making paraphernalia. It's more work obviously, but the diversity is worth it. Your list of sausages created is great! Nicely done!



post #5 of 16
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I agree ... make plenty and do one cleanup.  We have developed about 6 favorites over the years and I try to keep them all in stock.  I tried your mango chicken and we liked it so I make a 4# batch using thighs and I add 4 oz. of pork fat to the mix.  I also use white wine instead of water for the mix.


I use the cellulose casings (30mm) to make hot dogs and find we really like the Kielbasa and the Bratwurst for that.  Sam's has a nice 8" bun and a 7" dog on it is a full meal, covered with chili/cheese, mustard and a good wad of sauerkraut!


I can run about 40# of sausage in the smoker and have a good hanging length of 40"

post #6 of 16

Man, that all looks Great!  Nicely done...



post #7 of 16

Excelent work on that variety of sausage!!!!! Reinhard

post #8 of 16

That looks great - good job ..........thumb1.gif

post #9 of 16
Looks great! I need to get a proper stuffer and grinder, I had a attachment for the wife's kitchen aide. It was terrible and took forever!!! That reminds me I do have a birthday coming up that just so happens to fall on Father's Day! Hmmm!
post #10 of 16

Looks really good! The Mango Chicken sausage sounds interesting, going to have to look up that recipe and give it a shot.

post #11 of 16

Sure looks like a great few days.... Nice spread there Rex and an awesome smoker to boot.............................icon14.gif

post #12 of 16

all look good, especially hanging in the smoker. Nice setup on the smoker also BTW....great job

post #13 of 16

Nice load of meat. Variety is very cool..............biggrin.gif

post #14 of 16
Thanks for posting I have more on my to do list...if only stuff would quite breaking around the house>!?#$^*
post #15 of 16

That is one Pretty Smoker! The Meat all looks good too...JJ

post #16 of 16

Impressive cheese and sausage tray!



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