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post #21 of 30
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So I grilled some up and it came out pretty good! I think this was better than the last batch I did. Don't know if it was because I ground it a little different or because I added the cure and seasoning before I ground it and let it set overnight. I really like the Walton's Cajun seasoning, it has a great flavor with just the right amount of heat!

post #22 of 30

WOW looks great.

 

I want to try sausage sometime.

post #23 of 30
damn that looks good brother...
post #24 of 30
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WOW looks great.

I want to try sausage sometime.

Thanks C! But be careful, it gets very addictive!

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damn that looks good brother...

Thanks Buddy!! Looking very forward to doing this at a park with limited resources, should be a lot of fun!
post #25 of 30

Great post. Great inspiration for more projects. Thanks.

 

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Disco

post #26 of 30

Those really look so good!

 

Kat

post #27 of 30
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Thanks Kat!

Thanks Disco! All the Great sausage makers here on SMF inspired me to enter into this journey and I'm so glad I did! I have learned so much from these Great minds but know I have barely scratched the surface so I hope they stick around to keep teaching me!
I do want to say that sausage making is very work intensive but I find it very relaxing. I just spent 3 weeks TDY for work and it was a very stressful 3 weeks and I just couldn't wait to get back home, fire up the smokehouse and get busy in the kitchen. I just spent 2 days busting my butt in the kitchen and patio and I feel so relaxed now! All the stress from the past 3 weeks is all gone! It's kind of weird how working your butt off can be so relaxing and how making sausage or tending a smoker can make stress and the worries of everyday life just disappear! So now anytime I get stressed or life just starts to get in the way of happiness I just fire up my smoker and get in the kitchen and start busting my butt and let it all just go away!
post #28 of 30

I am impressed!!! That's some great looking jerky and sausage. Yep hog casings are a totally different experience to stuff especially when you are the only one doing it. 

 

Very nice job my friend. I gotta check out those Walton Seasonings.

post #29 of 30
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Thanks Kat!

Thanks Disco! All the Great sausage makers here on SMF inspired me to enter into this journey and I'm so glad I did! I have learned so much from these Great minds but know I have barely scratched the surface so I hope they stick around to keep teaching me!
I do want to say that sausage making is very work intensive but I find it very relaxing. I just spent 3 weeks TDY for work and it was a very stressful 3 weeks and I just couldn't wait to get back home, fire up the smokehouse and get busy in the kitchen. I just spent 2 days busting my butt in the kitchen and patio and I feel so relaxed now! All the stress from the past 3 weeks is all gone! It's kind of weird how working your butt off can be so relaxing and how making sausage or tending a smoker can make stress and the worries of everyday life just disappear! So now anytime I get stressed or life just starts to get in the way of happiness I just fire up my smoker and get in the kitchen and start busting my butt and let it all just go away!

I totally agree 100% with our smokers and whatnot relieving stress.. I can stay outside all day by thr smoker even when its 108* outside... but come Mondays when I have to get back to work I cant stand being outside... ;)
post #30 of 30
work is over rated anyways... biggrin.gif
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