At least it would be with some blood that I was familiar with, I don't know that I'd feel all that confident with blood I'd no idea of it's history. Things turned out great after a eleven hour smoke! Daddy and I had the test-patty for dinner and were really impressed, this isn't sissy sausage by any stretch of the imagination, loads of garlic with a little heat. A couple of days to heal while the injected pork loins are curing in the fridge, Monday morning will be back to making some Canadian bacon. Then I'll get to play with my new commercial-grade meat slicer from Cabelas! My wife isn't quite as excited as I am about the prospect of playing with a rotating 1/3hp razor blade, but that's just the way some gals are. RAY.ssorllih wrote:Ray you bypassed a chance to make some blood sausage.
PS: My quote in the ER was a big hit with my wife. "s-!t happens, what, you never cut you finger before? 32 years in the carpenters union you can bet this isn't the first time my hand's been stitched up, this ain't exactly my first rodeo". After that I thought it might be better if I just shut up.