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Old 04-21-2015, 07:37 AM   #31
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Nope. Mom fixed kiszka when I was a kid. Tried a fork-full each time, just to see if it was as bad as I remembered. It was always bad to me.

What did she stuff it with? My grandma used to make it, it was delicious.


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Old 04-21-2015, 07:45 AM   #32
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Do you mean black pudding ? We don't really think of it as a sausage and it's known as black pudding here . Scotland also do a white pudding . Its mainly eaten on a full cooked breakfast with some HP brown sauce (optional ) but you will also find it in restaurants where they like to sit it on top of a scallop with some pea purée (getting a bit old hat now ) .

There are good ones and bad ones , the Scottish ones I have tasted are very good , but some others are a bit gristly . I don't eat it now as I have to find a gluten free one and I don't miss it that much to be bothered .
Yes that's the one!

I've heard it called black pudding more than blood sausage. Why is it referred to as pudding? When I think of pudding in the UK sense, I think of it as a description for dessert.

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Old 04-21-2015, 02:57 PM   #33
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What did she stuff it with? My grandma used to make it, it was delicious.
She bought it from a local butcher. I enjoyed every other sausage that we had, just not the kiszka. Glad you like it. You can gladly have my share!
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Old 04-28-2015, 09:12 PM   #34
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I wonder what it was.
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Old 04-28-2015, 09:23 PM   #35
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Nope. Mom fixed kiszka when I was a kid. Tried a fork-full each time, just to see if it was as bad as I remembered. It was always bad to me.
So I went to the site and I would have to agree with you. Now I like my steaks rare, but just the idea of pigs blood is more that I can even tolerate to think of.
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Ah, blood sausage, I see. Yeah, if it is not done right it can be terrible. But if it is dine right it is quite delicious. When you said Kishka, I was thinking about completely different thing though. My grandma used stuff the casing with dough and cook it inside the stew. It was like bread, well kinda of..


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