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First sausage, sorry no Q.

post #1 of 8
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Just trying out the making sausage routine. Read several books.Bought a 3.5 lb butt.

Chopped into small chunks. Near frozen. Ran thru the kitchenaid grinder using the larger hole plate.

Followed Pops recipe for breakfast sausage and his most helpful weight tables.

Mixed it up several times. Then back thru the kitchenaid small hole plate.Made a small test patty and it was quite nice .

The Woman liked it. She usually sez AAACCCK! TOO SPICEY!!!!!. Not this time.  This is mild and tasty.

Packaged two one pound containers. One for gravy tomorrow and the other for my first fattie this week. the rest

was made in to patties and will be gone quickly.

 I am very happy with the whole deal. Will try a hotter version next and then start looking at andouille recipes. 

post #2 of 8

Good job Friend.  Looking forward to Q-views on the next sausage.  Pops is one of the guys with  a wealth of information.

post #3 of 8

Glad to hear your first attempt was a successful one. Welcome to the club! 

post #4 of 8

Is there a stuffer purchase in your future? Good job on the sausage. Who's pop?

post #5 of 8

I'm Pops.  We grew up together, best of friends in our younger days!  I moved south, he moved southeast, but re-met 30 years later on here!  He and I and my twin brother played hundreds of times upstairs over the store while my dad cured and smoked hams and bacons and turkeys and made sausages!  Of course, we were interested in other things back then, lol!

post #6 of 8

Nice to meet ya pops... I'll have to check out your profile

post #7 of 8

DIDNT HAPPEN SORRY NO FIRST TIME FAVORS

post #8 of 8
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Prolly going to Northern today to get a stuffer.

 

 Pops is a long time friend. I am so happy to reconnect after many years.
 

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Is there a stuffer purchase in your future? Good job on the sausage. Who's pop?

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