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Lincolnshire Recipe

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This is my second post so bare with me. I just joined a couple days ago and am in a bit of a delema. I found a recipe for Lincolnshire sasuage some place within these forum threads and wanted to thank the originator but I can't find the thread anymore! Anyone help me out? Anyway I made 10lbs of them last night and I must say they are the best fresh sausages I've made yet!

 

Thank you whoever you are!!!

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Edited by Black - 10/16/13 at 6:25pm
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Thanks for the sugestion but my PC has deleted the history already!!! As for pics ...well you'll just have to trust me that it happend ;) 

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Welcome aboard EVG.

I just did a search here and nothing but your post shows up about Lincolnshire sasuage.

The only one that I have is from lpoli.

I haven't tried it, but that may be what your looking for.

http://lpoli.50webs.com/index_files/Lincolnshire%20Sausage.pdf

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Hey Jarhead,

 

That's pretty darn close to what I followed munus white pepper and the ratio's are a bit different. I've also searched and haven't found it yet, was definitely from smokingmeatforums.com though.

 

Also, thanks for the welcome.

 

Cheers,

EVG

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Hey Shannon, Jarheads was closer to what I made. In my search for the recipe I made I found it really isn't really a Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire is much plainer, pork, sage, pepper, salt, bread, pretty much like what's in your link. I suppose someday I will try that but for now I've still enough pre-mixed spice for at least 5 more batches.

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