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Smoking Sausage

jp4lsu

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I wanting to smoke some un-cooked sausage. I'm tire of going to the store and buying pre-smoked sausage. I want to do it myself.

What are the basics?
Is there a topic dedicated to this already that I can read?
Thank you for the help.
Later,
Jody
 

larry maddock

Master of the Pit
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yo jp4lsu,

i m o
a good beginning -
to learn about sausage making--
is our brother forum member steve gaskins
free E-BOOK...
his site is
http://www.buildabbq.com/
click on sausage when you get there....

then its off to the library

true smoked sausage is a little more difficult than fresh...

before anything---
try some fatties

have some fun
 

jp4lsu

Newbie
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Joined Dec 28, 2006
Thanks Larry and Debi.
Larry I will check the website out.

I tried to smoke a couple of links last night. I somewhat followed Debi's process, but I forgot to spray the links with water.

After I pulled the links out the smoker the casings got wrinkly and a bit rubbery. Does spraying the water on the links after the smoker eliminate that problem?

There wasn't a lot of smoke flavor in the sausage so I don't know if its worth the wait and hassle.

I will try it again.

Sunday I'm cooking a brisket but I have some good sausage to cook also. Since the brisket will be on 225-230° all day can I cook the sausage in that temp or should I just slow cook them on my grill seperately?

Thanks again guys.
 

jp4lsu

Newbie
27
10
Joined Dec 28, 2006
Thanks Larry and Debi.
Larry I will check the website out.

I tried to smoke a couple of links last night. I somewhat followed Debi's process, but I forgot to spray the links with water.

After I pulled the links out the smoker the casings got wrinkly and a bit rubbery. Does spraying the water on the links after the smoker eliminate that problem?

There wasn't a lot of smoke flavor in the sausage so I don't know if its worth the wait and hassle.

I will try it again.

Sunday I'm cooking a brisket but I have some good sausage to cook also. Since the brisket will be on 225-230° all day can I cook the sausage in that temp or should I just slow cook them on my grill seperately?

Thanks again guys.
 

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