A bit of venison sausage

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A bit of venison sausage

Post by redzed » Tue Jun 26, 2012 17:00

A friend gave me 4 lbs of venison, a few chops and ground. I added a couple pounds of beef and 5 lbs pork. Mixed in the Deer Sausage spice prep from the Sausagemaker, let the meat cure with it overnight and made the sausage the next day. Ground it once with a 10mm plate. Usually I grind the fatty meat separately through a smaller plate in order to disguise the fat a bit, but this time I wanted to show it in the finished product. Gave it apple smoke for a couple of hours and the flavour is quite good. Still have some of the spice mix left and will use it hopefully this fall.

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Post by JerBear » Tue Jun 26, 2012 20:41

looks great!
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Post by Big Guy » Tue Jun 26, 2012 23:38

Looks very tasty :cool:
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Post by Cabonaia » Wed Jun 27, 2012 06:02

They look great! Nice shiney (new?) grinder as well. :cool:
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Post by Chuckwagon » Wed Jun 27, 2012 06:25

Hey Red,
That's a nice job pal! You've got a great color on them too. I'll bet they are tasty little devils eh? I like the Sausagemaker's mixes too. Abraham "Abe" Carducci used to mix them in Buffalo NY - "Uncle Abe's" is still a hot selling item. His jerky spice is really good. Keep up the good work Red.

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