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First kielbasa run..

post #1 of 11
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So, I finally bit the bullet and made some kielbasa for Orthodox Easter, or Pascha. I found a recipe from letsmakesausage.com. After finding some pork shoulder for about $1.49 a pound at Costco... After church today, I started my first sausage project.. What do yinz think??
Before the grind..



After the grind..



All mixed up..



Yours truly with the stuff..

Final product taking a rest..

I'll post more pics after the smoke..
post #2 of 11

Looking good to me.

post #3 of 11

Good Looking sausage!     I bet you will be investing in a dedicated stuffer before long.

post #4 of 11
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Originally Posted by whistech View Post
 

Good Looking sausage!     I bet you will be investing in a dedicated stuffer before long.

 

Beat me to it! Looks great but you will cut your time to stuff way down with a Stuffer. 5 Pound Stuffer are under $100 and places like Northern Tool & Equipment runs sales and stocks inexpensive replacement parts. Grizzly sells a nice unit too...JJ

post #5 of 11
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Beat me to it! Looks great but you will cut your time to stuff way down with a Stuffer. 5 Pound Stuffer are under $100 and places like Northern Tool & Equipment runs sales and stocks inexpensive replacement parts. Grizzly sells a nice unit too...JJ

 

 

Agreed, I have a Northern stuffer.  I stuff 17 mm casings with the plastic gear's, under 100 bucks.

post #6 of 11

Nice job with the stuffing on your KA mixer.

 

Great looking sausage!

 

Al

post #7 of 11

That looks awesome...I have yet to try Kielbasa but my wife has been pushing me to. It is her favorite. Let's us know how they are.

 

Smokey

post #8 of 11

Are they done yet? Are they done yet? are they done yet????  

 

Looks great!! How did they turn out?? 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

DS
 

post #9 of 11

In for the result!! The town I live in has some serious Polish folks here, with a couple kielbasa companies located in town.

 

edit - (Ha! "yinz" - the first time I heard that was in basic training. I forget the guys name, but we called him "ash tray", because for some effed up reason, he put cigarettes out on his forehead!)

post #10 of 11

Hope he comes back to show the finished Sausage

Richie

post #11 of 11

Super sausage!

 

Disco

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