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Post by Shuswap » Sun Aug 03, 2014 20:07

Duk - the Parker quote is one of your best yet - too funny :lol:
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Post by redzed » Sun Aug 03, 2014 22:06

Chuckwagon wrote:Red wrote:
And, if I may say, since we are all hobbyists, amateurs and dilettantes here...
What? I'll have you know that I'm a REPUBLICAN! :roll:
Hmm., that explains many things..... :lol:
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Post by el Ducko » Mon Aug 04, 2014 14:57

Shuswap wrote:Duk - the Packer quote is one of your best yet - too funny :lol:
Isn't it funny how, so often, truth is stranger than fiction?

Now, about that "LBJ" license plate of yours...
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Post by Shuswap » Mon Aug 04, 2014 19:45

el Ducko wrote:
Shuswap wrote:Duk - the Packer quote is one of your best yet - too funny :lol:
Isn't it funny how, so often, truth is stranger than fiction?

Now, about that "LBJ" license plate of yours...
:mrgreen:
Duk - sometimes truth happens by chance. There are 3,380,000 licensed vehicles in BC. Canada has a lottery called "649" We all know who "LBJ" is/was. Since licences are handed out randomly, getting "649 LBJ" by mere chance has given us some fun, particularly when we visited the LBJ ranch.
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Post by el Ducko » Mon Aug 04, 2014 22:53

Shuswap wrote:Duk - sometimes truth happens by chance. There are 3,380,000 licensed vehicles in BC. Canada has a lottery called "649" We all know who "LBJ" is/was. Since licences are handed out randomly, getting "649 LBJ" by mere chance has given us some fun, particularly when we visited the LBJ ranch.
Reminds me of "winning the lottery" during LBJ days (the draft lottery). Yikes!
(Actually, it was during the Nixon years, but it was Johnson's war. Yikes again!)
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Post by Chuckwagon » Tue Sep 02, 2014 12:27

Yup... I nailed it. It just took a while to get rid of it. We get it daily. Lots of it. I usually catch it and forward it all to El DuckO! :shock:

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If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it probably needs more time on the grill! :D
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Post by el Ducko » Tue Sep 02, 2014 19:37

Chuckwagon wrote:Yup... I nailed it. It just took a while to get rid of it. We get it daily. Lots of it. I usually catch it and forward it all to El DuckO! :shock:
CW
...and I respond by forwarding all those "10,000 Asian Women" ads to CW. ...not sure who comes out ahead, but as the ads say, "Grocery Stores Fear Him..."
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Post by cogboy » Tue Sep 02, 2014 23:26

CW and El Ducko, you two make me LMAO! :mrgreen:
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Post by Chuckwagon » Wed Sep 03, 2014 01:23

Dang Rabid Duck! Image OOOOoooooo!
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it probably needs more time on the grill! :D
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Having trouble finding pork fat for my breakfast sausage

Post by snakeoil » Sun Nov 30, 2014 11:30

anyone know of a good substitute?
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Post by ssorllih » Sun Nov 30, 2014 14:59

Have you asked at the nearest slaughter house?
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Post by Aaron » Sun Jan 04, 2015 13:04

Can anyone help me here please
I thought I had read that after making breakfast sausage one needed to hang them overnight before eating or packing...was that in a cold room or fridge or room temperature????
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Post by Bob K » Sun Jan 04, 2015 16:28

Aaron
Its best to treat fresh sausage like any other raw meat...keep refrigerated.

If cure was added and you are going to smoke it you can hang to dry for an hour or so.
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Post by redzed » Sun Jan 04, 2015 16:32

Hi Aaron!

Looks like you are going to give that new shiny grinder a workout! I know that many recipes suggest hanging fresh sausages overnight. To me that step is really not necessary. The process of hanging sausages after stuffing is called "setting", and is done to allow the spices to permeate the meat and blend with each other. And it is very important if you add cure. Fresh sausage normally does not contain cure, so a period of two hours of setting should suffice. And unless you will be eating them right away, don't do this in room temp. Keep the sausage cold. Remember, fresh sausages should be consumed within three days if not frozen, so by hanging them overnight you are using up that time. And when you thaw out frozen sausages you have to also take that time into consideration, the three day period before consumption does not reset. I usually freeze my fresh sausages on cookie sheets overnight and then vac pack them the next day.

Happy grinding!
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