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Nice job on the summer sausage. I've been using kits the last few years but I made Len Poli's summer sausage recipe 3 years ago and think it is very good starting off recipe. I think that if I made it a few times and tweaked it to how I like it it would be a great recipe. The kits have been working out good because we've been making a lot and have 5-6 people helping and it hard to keep up mixing batches from scratch.
I have to admit the kits are convenient. We'll see if my laziness continues.
Thanks, Gary and congratulations on your kielbasa!
The risk of higher temperatures is cooking the fat out. I'll be interested to hear how it turns out!
Ok I am serious here, tell me about summer sausages. The only way I ever tryed to eat any was with cheese abd crackers which normally accompanied it in the basket from that little store in the mall.
Do you cook with it at all? The only thing besides crackers I can think of to do with it is maybe on a pizza?
We don't normally do summer sausages here, I assume because of the heat maybe?
Are all fermented sausages summer sausages? I assume all summer sausages are fermented or some type flavoring like buttermilk added to make them taste as such?
Do we have a king of summer sausages, a go-to guy? You know, like Boyjko is for regulars? I know if I have a sausage question and Boykjo doesn't know, he has all the right folks to help me out.
Sorry for highjacking, I will shut up now and hope for just a name to send PM's to.
If I was looking for help, I'd go to Nepas, Reinhart, or Boyjko.
As for cooking with it:
Pizza, calzones and the like.
Cube some and fry it with potatoes.
Layer it in your lasagna.
Cube it and add it to soup.
Put it in mac and cheese (a favourite of mine).
Fry slices for breakfast.
Put it on a burger with melted mozzarella and tomato sauce.
So much food, so little time.
Sorry Foam, I forgot Crazy Moon.
Thanks, Bear. Moose is my favourite game meat.
Dang, Gary,, you caused me a lot of work. I looked up the tracking on it and there was a code CER. I had to hunt forever to find out that means Consumed En Route. Sorry, dude.