Dried Venison Sausage

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by goat, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. goat

    goat Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Yesterday I made 80 lbs of dried venison sausage. It is hung in the smokehouse for 24 hours of smoke and then will remain there until dry. Pics are sausage hanging, beginning the smoke, and this morning after 12 hours of smoke.
  2. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Dang it goat! Now I need to make a batch.[​IMG]
    Looks awesome!![​IMG]
  3. low&slow

    low&slow Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Very nice looking sausage goat.
  4. goat

    goat Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Cowgirl & Low&slow, thanks.
  5. shellbellc

    shellbellc Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Nice!! How long do you think it'll take to dry...Here's another question...most of us here only have smokers, not a smoke house, do you watch the temp inside of it? Do you use sticks or charcoal and sticks?
  6. raypeel

    raypeel Meat Mopper

    Very nice Goat. Looks like you have enough to share.......
  7. hillbillysmoker

    hillbillysmoker Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Great looking adventure you got going on. I make much smaller quantities and low and slow smoke it in my Bradley Original Smoker. Looks awesome.
  8. goat

    goat Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Thanks Shell. If the humidity and temp stay like it is now, about 5 to 6 days. This is a cold smoke and I do not monitor the temperature inside the smokehouse. I usually burn down a few small pieces to get a bed of coals and then place a good sized piece of oak on the coals to smolder.
  9. goat

    goat Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Thanks Hillbilly, I try to make one batch a year and vac seal it. It keeps very well. You always have friends when you have a piece of that dry sausage in your pocket.
  10. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Heh..I notice that with jerky too ;{) I don't make alot of money on it, but boy, I can sure drink cheap at the pub heh!
  11. goat

    goat Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    I call it "tradin' material", Rich.

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