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Old 01-10-2011, 07:26 PM   #11
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No pictures right now, we are taking a break but the breakfast sausage has all been stuff. 82 links.

We did end with a fist full of sausage not stuffed, I needed just a tad more casing but cut it too short on the third run. Oh well.
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Old 01-10-2011, 07:40 PM   #12
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No pictures right now, we are taking a break but the breakfast sausage has all been stuff. 82 links.

We did end with a fist full of sausage not stuffed, I needed just a tad more casing but cut it too short on the third run. Oh well.
Sounds like a start for breakfast tomorrow, fresh sausage and eggs. Well, grocery store eggs
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Old 01-10-2011, 09:50 PM   #13
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Ok..pictures.
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Is that two different kinds of sausage? the casing looks wider in the bottom one, or maybe it's just me.
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Old 01-10-2011, 10:35 PM   #15
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Is that two different kinds of sausage? the casing looks wider in the bottom one, or maybe it's just me.
One looks like breakfast sausage, the other looks like kielbasa...they are beautiful!
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Is that two different kinds of sausage? the casing looks wider in the bottom one, or maybe it's just me.

Good spot! The small links are breakfast sausage. The large sausage is kielbasa. It smells awesome.

As PF just pointed out! :)
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We fried up some of the leftover and it was pretty good. The breakfast coulda been a little more spicy. Maybe next time.
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Sounds like a start for breakfast tomorrow, fresh sausage and eggs. Well, grocery store eggs
*nods* b/c I have no chickens.
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We fried up some of the leftover and it was pretty good. The breakfast coulda been a little more spicy. Maybe next time.
They might be tomorrow. The flavours come out more after some number of hours.

They look really pretty. I wouldn't have expected them to be so uniform for a first try.

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