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Post by redzed » Thu Dec 22, 2016 20:13

A few pics of fantastic looking products shown yesterday in posts by our colleagues on the Polish version of our forum. They take Christmas seriously! :lol: And all I made was 7.5 kg of sausage. :neutral:

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Arkadiusz - Cooked ham

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Tier - Dry cured ham

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Tier - Salo

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Gonzo - Assortment

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Paweljack - Assortment

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Tomasz_65 - Sausages
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Post by Butterbean » Thu Dec 22, 2016 21:36

All those look nice
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Post by martin » Fri Dec 23, 2016 01:49

Lots of food :mrgreen:
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Post by redzed » Fri Dec 30, 2016 19:34

More great looking products posted on the Polish WD site in recent days.

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Fred Flintstone sausage by Kostek

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Sausages and wędzonki by misiek

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Krakowska made with elk meat by Pis67

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Christmas assortment by todek

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Sausages by Muski

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Made by słoczu

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First salceson made by wojs40

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Tsosna's smokehouse
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Post by Cliff43J » Tue Jan 24, 2017 21:25

Fabulous looking meats!!! I love kielbasa and smoked hams. I got used to eating these as a youngster in Toronto when we lived with my grandparents (Maleszyk from Ostrow, Poland) - lots of fond memories. Now it's time to rediscover those flavors and raise my 2 grandsons properly :smile: We live in Texas now, and while sausages are available none seem to be as tasty as the Polish sausages that I remember so fondly.
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Post by Fusion5567 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 01:18

They all seem to have everything sorted, nice home made rack's ect, im sure some of you here have similar but they do have a few hundred years start
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Post by Cliff43J » Wed Jan 25, 2017 01:30

Fusion,

Yes, I have a lot of catching up to do. I intend to enjoy every second of it too :smile:

I do have to get something made to hang sausage from in my smoker, I may just go with some stainless steel S-hooks hanging from a rack at the top or just use old-fashioned string.

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Post by Fusion5567 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 01:46

Cliff

I found 2 sizes of S hooks in my local 99c shop, not stainless but work well, i also use lots of butchers twine

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Post by Cliff43J » Wed Jan 25, 2017 02:00

Thanks Colin. Yup, I've got a big ball of butchers' twine - great stuff.

We made a test batch of andouille sausage today and will smoke it tomorrow just before we make a test batch of Italian sweet sausage.
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