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Any of your boys and girls make your own sausage. I am going to give it a try this weekend, I think. my brother in law wanted to give it a shot. I went out and got 20 lbs of pork, seasonings and cure (dont want to get anyone sick). He wanted to make brats and some Itailian. I think I try some Breakfast and Chorizo. Any tips would be appreciated.
 

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Well, I made both and both came out well. I smoked some breakfast sausage and used it in eggs the nexted morning- pretty darn good. I also smoked 3 links of the Chorizo and it also came out pretty well. I will tweak the seasoning the next time I do these- but so far so good.... Kind of a lot of work- but fun and good eats.
 

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Definitely a two person job, the trick is making sure at least one of you knows what they're doing...:lol:

My buddy and I made a whole deer into brats this winter, we ended up with close to 70 lbs. of brats, just cooked pack last night.

I seriously could not fathom trying to make sausages by myself for the first time. The mess in my kitchen would have been of Biblical Proportions. :rolleyes:
 

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Here is a picture of the smoked Chorizo: I threw this one when I was smoking some ribs for the family- so the temp was a little hot but it turned out pretty good taste wise.



Yes, I agree- two people is much easier than one person....
 
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