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post #41 of 58
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How did I miss this post?  Holy Crap Disco, awesome looking dogs.  I'm adding this one to the "Passing Winds Estates" section of my recipe collection for sure.

 

Thanks

 

Oh, and POINTS!!!!! (for sure).... :points:

Thanks, dward! I appreciate the point!

post #42 of 58
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I used collagen casings just because they are the easiest to get around here. We have lots of hunting supply stores but not so many butcher shops!

 

Thanks for the point Bryan!


Ya know... I hate auto correct spelling... My Canadian friend! 

post #43 of 58
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Ya know... I hate auto correct spelling... My Canadian friend! 

I kind of liked candying!

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I kind of liked candying!


Of course you do.... LOL b

post #45 of 58
Awesome Disco, nice thread & tasty lookin dogs ! icon14.gif
post #46 of 58
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Awesome Disco, nice thread & tasty lookin dogs ! icon14.gif

Thanks, Brew!

post #47 of 58

Late to the party but I will add that to the To-Do list- looks delicious ... might have to adjust the name for the better half to admit that she would like them ha!

post #48 of 58

I AM ALWAYS LEARNING FROM YOU "DISCO" .......
i like the dogs in the collagen cause they are nice and straight . i have never tried the collagen for anything except pepperoni befoer. my smokes and european wieners can have a hook to them.

will these stay on a stick for campfire grilling or will the casings be too soft?

cause im gonna build some and some more smokies for fishing/weeny roasting season !!

 

GREAT JOB

 

Goliath

post #49 of 58
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Late to the party but I will add that to the To-Do list- looks delicious ... might have to adjust the name for the better half to admit that she would like them ha!

Thanks! However, they are just named after our mountain property. What's not to like?

 

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I AM ALWAYS LEARNING FROM YOU "DISCO" .......
i like the dogs in the collagen cause they are nice and straight . i have never tried the collagen for anything except pepperoni befoer. my smokes and european wieners can have a hook to them.

will these stay on a stick for campfire grilling or will the casings be too soft?

cause im gonna build some and some more smokies for fishing/weeny roasting season !!

 

GREAT JOB

 

Goliath

Thanks, Goliath. These came out nice and firm and would be fine on a stick because they are smoked until cooked. I wouldn't trust collagen on a stick if they weren't smoked or cooked in some way

post #50 of 58

WOW Disco, those look fantastic!  I have allergy to anything that contains any benzene derivative, like PABA and other food additives. This would be a perfect solution for me because I love hot dogs, but can't eat most of them on the market.  Although I've made patty sausage, I've never done anything with casings.

 

:points:

post #51 of 58
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WOW Disco, those look fantastic!  I have allergy to anything that contains any benzene derivative, like PABA and other food additives. This would be a perfect solution for me because I love hot dogs, but can't eat most of them on the market.  Although I've made patty sausage, I've never done anything with casings.

 

:points:

Casings are easy as long as you have a dedicated stuffer. I have a KitchenAid that has a stuffer attachment and it is not easy to use. 

 

One of the best parts of making your own sausages is you get to control the ingredients!

 

Thanks for the kind words and points.

post #52 of 58
Really great looking dogs.
It's no wonder I never get to make anything twice
you guys keep coming up with new things for me to make.
Points for you, I love hot dogs.

Ed
post #53 of 58
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Really great looking dogs.
It's no wonder I never get to make anything twice
you guys keep coming up with new things for me to make.
Points for you, I love hot dogs.

Ed

Thanks, Ed. I know what you mean. My to do list of recipes from this forum is growing not shrinking.

post #54 of 58

Great looking dogs Disco......I'll take 2 please!!

 

Points!

 

:points::canada-flag-68:

post #55 of 58
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Great looking dogs Disco......I'll take 2 please!!

 

Points!

 

:points::canada-flag-68:

Thanks for the points. Your hot dogs are on the table and waiting for you!

post #56 of 58
These look amazing! Points from me.

These are definitely on my to do list.

Saving this thread.
post #57 of 58
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Thanks, SM. My friend liked these so much I am planning to make them again but with an all beef variety soon. I hope you like them.

 

Disco

post #58 of 58
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These look amazing! Points from me.

These are definitely on my to do list.

Saving this thread.

Thanks, SM. My friend liked these so much I am planning to make them again but with an all beef variety soon. I hope you like them.

 

Disco

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