great stuff, ol' blue. thanks for the recipe!
this looks delicious, and i think my family would eat this in buckets.
i'm with breezy, though, and i'm gonna sub in some sweet italian chicken sausage.
breezy, if you can find it, try "murray's all natural" brand sweet italian chicken sausage: http://murrayschicken.com/products.php?product=other
it's the closest that i can find to the real thing; real hand made, flavorful, no filler sausage. it's a little on the salty side for my taste, but you almost can't tell it's not real italian pork sausage.
ol' blue, i wish i could send you some of this, or the locally made italian pork sausage. johnsonville is tasty, but a row of giant, stainless steel machines extruding sausage to a little lady in a lab coat and hair net can't compare to a real hand made, chunky, herb-y sausage.