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Old 06-27-2012, 10:03 PM   #21
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Your worst nightmares come true. Watching the movie is probably enough to turn most of us off to the idea of sausage.
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:10 PM   #22
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Hey come on, much of this topic has been relegated to discussing either off topic or what actually is the topic, including a shrimp recipe. :)

I think ground pork could make good tacos.
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:17 PM   #23
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Hey come on, much of this topic has been relegated to discussing either off topic or what actually is the topic, including a shrimp recipe. :)

I think ground pork could make good tacos.
Heh. I learned something today. Shrimp with lobster sauce starts off with ground pork for the lobster sauce. I knew lobster sauce had no lobster, but ground pork??? I had NO idea! Thanks, JPB!
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:20 PM   #24
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Hey come on, much of this topic has been relegated to discussing either off topic or what actually is the topic, including a shrimp recipe. :)

I think ground pork could make good tacos.
Boy you got that right. Andy had me wondering if if I was awake or typing asleep at the keyboard again. It would be a Pork question to begin with. Last time I put my worthless 2 cents worth in I had to send out an S.0.S!..Holy Piglets Pooo Bear..
What was the question again?

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Old 06-27-2012, 10:24 PM   #25
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Heh. I learned something today. Shrimp with lobster sauce starts off with ground pork for the lobster sauce. I knew lobster sauce had no lobster, but ground pork??? I had NO idea! Thanks, JPB!
You and me both.. The thought of Lobster so early in the morning associated with pork. Just sounded soooo wrong!

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Old 06-27-2012, 10:24 PM   #26
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Heh. I learned something today. Shrimp with lobster sauce starts off with ground pork for the lobster sauce. I knew lobster sauce had no lobster, but ground pork??? I had NO idea! Thanks, JPB!
I already knew that "lobster sauce" means sauce they make for lobsters, not from lobsters. Didn't know it was from pigs. Got me! :)

Thais make very nice recipes from their ground pork:

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Old 06-28-2012, 07:36 AM   #27
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Depending on how it was ground, you could make andouille sausage which my recipe calls for course grind. Bulk Mexican chorizo is also good. I love browning a pan full, covering it with meunster cheese which gets melted under the broiler and using torn pieces of flour tortilla to pull the chorizo/cheese from the pan while it is still warm.

There are so many things you can do with ground pork. Look at some Thai and asian recipes, if you're into it.
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:27 AM   #28
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The OP was originally asking for bratwurst recipes--we seem to be slipping off topic <g>.
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Actually the thread title ask for uses for pork but the original post suggests the OP wants a variety of brat recipes.

...so you're both wrong.

...or you're both right.

My head hurts.
Originally it was called something that had the words patty, recipe, and brat plus a few others in a different order.

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I think the use for ground pork is endless. But I am wondering what happened to the rest of the pig? YOu did not ground the whole thing up?
got as many 1" thick chops as I could, as many 3/4" steaks as I could, as many 5lbs ham roasts, an the rest was 1/2 ground 1/2 ground sausage

roughly 160lbs of meat pig+processing was right around $300 not bad IMO
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Originally it was called something that had the words patty, recipe, and brat plus a few others in a different order.



got as many 1" thick chops as I could, as many 3/4" steaks as I could, as many 5lbs ham roasts, an the rest was 1/2 ground 1/2 ground sausage

roughly 160lbs of meat pig+processing was right around $300 not bad IMO
Okay--my memory of about 75 lb for 1/2 was about right and the price sounds about the same as that which I paid 3-4 years ago (the last time I went in on a pig).
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If a whole pig was butchered, I'll bet there's enough ground pork left to make other dishes, or even dishes made with the brat mixture.
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