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Re: O/T Made Sausage Today

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01-18-2013 19:17:16

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John B,
Looks really good...and like a fun day.

I want to try some "hamburger jerky"... seasoning and smoke added to lean ground beef. Shape it in a roll and refrigerate overnight. Then baked in a slow/low oven. Neighbor lady used to make it and it was good. Hope I still have the recipe.

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01-19-2013 12:48:23

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 Re: O/T Made Sausage Today in reply to SweetFeet, 01-18-2013 19:17:16  
If you find the recipe, please share it with all of us. Would love to give it a try.


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01-20-2013 06:36:41

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 Re: O/T Made Sausage Today in reply to Dick, 01-19-2013 12:48:23  
Will do - have to look for the recipe. Hope I have it, as I bought 2 pounds of 93 percent lean yesterday.

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01-18-2013 20:42:33

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 Re: O/T Made Sausage Today in reply to SweetFeet, 01-18-2013 19:17:16  
A few days ago, I took a pound of ground pork bought at a local grocery store and added a half teaspoon each of table salt, black pepper, garlic salt, onion salt, and ground mustard.

Mixed it good, then took gobs of it and rolled them between my palms to come out about the size and shape of hot dogs. Put them in an electric smoker at 160 degrees for 3 hours.

Turned out great, and the outside crusted almost like a skin.

What's frustrating to me is my wife of 47 years absolutely refuses to eat, or even try, anything I've cooked. Her father was the ultimate picky eater, and I guess a lot rubbed off onto her.

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01-18-2013 20:24:22

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 Re: O/T Made Sausage Today in reply to SweetFeet, 01-18-2013 19:17:16  
When you get it made maybe we can do some trading.

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