What are the best sausages/hotdogs in your country?

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Andy M.

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Difficult to get a good answer. It is vey much a matter of taste.

Also, what kind of sausages and what kind of hot dogs?
 

taxlady

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I agree with Andy - very much a question of personal taste. In general, the best ones are the ones that aren't made in a factory. They are made by people who care about the quality of the food they produce.
 

Chief Longwind Of The North

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For hot dogs, I prefer. in this order:
Cher Make in natural casing
Koegle's Vienna Sausage
Volworth's
Applegate
Wrath Blackhawk
John Morell
Boar's Head uncured
Hillshire Farms
GFS


Favorite Sausage"
Hickory Farms Kielbassa
Johnsonville Kielbassa
Volworth's Braunshweiger
John Morell Liverwurst
Johnsonville bratwurst
Oberto Pepperoni Sticks
Margharita Pepperoni Sticks
Gallo Pepperoni Sticks
GFS Pepperoni (Gordon's Food Service)

This is the shot list. There are many others that are tasty, especially in sausages, from mortadella, to a host of dried salamis. I mean, who can say no to a good soprasetta? And we haven't even touched on French and Spanish offerings.

Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
 

karadekoolaid

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For hotdogs, the best options are:

Colonia Tovar debrezciner
Colonia Tovar Polaca
Colonia Tovar Wieners

For sausages:
Spanish-style chorizo
Chorizo with garlic
Carupano style chorizo with sweet chiles
La Leonesa white sausage
La Leonesa red sausage
Montserrat Xistorras
Montserrat BBQ chorizo
 

SEEING-TO-BELIEVE

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thanks
you lists are so long


how important is using emulsifiers in them for those who prepare at home?


i've heard you can use alternatives with the same results
 

Sir_Loin_of_Beef

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The best hot dogs and other sausages, including balogna, are made with pork. Just pork, no chicken and no turkey. Poultry makes sausages mushy. I buy all my sausages from Omaha Steaks because they taste just like what they are. I won't even consider buying Hebrew National (sorry, Seeing-to-Believe) because they put so many spices in them, they don't taste like hot dogs. They have to be hiding something!
 

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