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breakfast sausage today.

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
I spent my day making breakfast sausage. With the help of several people on SMF I think it turn out pretty good. I used pop's recipe and I made an Italian Sweet sausage. Here are the pics[IMG][IMG]
post #2 of 17

:Looks-Great:

post #3 of 17

Those look pretty nice, I have some sheep casing ordered to do the same thing I think. Pops breakfast sausage stuffed into a link, maybe add a little maple to some even.

 

Looks like a good job. Thanks for sharing.

post #4 of 17

Nice looking sausages John.........Thumbs Up

post #5 of 17

Nice job stuffing those! That is the perfect size casing.

post #6 of 17
Thread Starter 
Thanks everyone. I don't have a stuffer so I use my LEM grinder. It works really good.
post #7 of 17

Those look great if your grinder works good that is great news, but wait till you get a dedicated stuffer then you will really know easy it is.

 

:drool.

post #8 of 17
Thread Starter 
Yea driedstick. My intent is to get one this week or next. Thinking of getting the LEM or TSM. Does anyone have any thoughts
post #9 of 17

Those are great ones, I have the LEM 5# and love it, I hear a lot of folks here with the Grizzley or Northern tools, pretty much all the same manufacture, just different companies selling them,,,,some have plastic gears and some have metal, great discussions on both sides of the gears, I got mine as a package at a great deal with free shipping from everythingkitchens.com  Good luck also try E-bay they sometimes have some larger ones.

 

Good luck and let us see your new arsenal when you get it set up

 

Remember a full smoker is a happy smoker

 

:beercheer:

post #10 of 17

If you plan on making snack sticks or stuffing in small casings I recommend one with metal gears... The plastic gears work well but putting them under stress over a long period of time will eventually make them fail...

post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post
 

If you plan on making snack sticks or stuffing in small casings I recommend one with metal gears... The plastic gears work well but putting them under stress over a long period of time will eventually make them fail...

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post #12 of 17
Thread Starter 
Driedstick does your LEM have the metal gears?
post #13 of 17

Yes, mine has the metal gear, I do a lot of 19 - 22MM Snack sticks and no problems. I just did 20lbs of 22mm in the 5 lb took about 1 hr by myself. Great little machine

post #14 of 17
Thread Starter 
Ok thank you
post #15 of 17

I have a US Made 5# TSM for sale.  It is the little white one in the front.  They have high density resin gears, stronger than steel and smother operation.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/g/a/120574/kabanosy/

post #16 of 17
Thread Starter 
Shannon what are your thoughts on the stuffer you have? Did it not work well or was it to small for your needs? What part of the world are you in? Feel free to pm your price, shipping requirements and stuffer condition.

Thanks
John
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by johnb5 View Post

Shannon what are your thoughts on the stuffer you have? Did it not work well or was it to small for your needs? What part of the world are you in? Feel free to pm your price, shipping requirements and stuffer condition.

Thanks
John


I love my TSM stuffers.  I have 2 5# TSM stuffers and a 24# TSM.  I also have a F. Dick 24# and a German made 30# not stamped with brand.  I use one of my 5# TSM stuffers for about 80% of all the sausage I make.  It is small and easily cleaned.  It is an older TSM which was made in the USA.  It does have the high density resin gears which are stronger than steel and smoother to operate.  The one draw back to this stuffer, there is no pressure release valve.  This is really only important if not filling the canister to the top. 

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