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Appetizer

Kangaroo Sausage Rolls Recipe

Kangaroo Sausage Rolls Here is a recipe that you may never have had the opportunity of trying before. Speaking for myself, kangaroo sausage is in a league of its own. It is extremely tender and has an incredible flavor that other meats can not offer. You may be wondering where you can order kangaroo meat […]

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blood sausage kishka

Blood Sausage goes by many names. Kishka, Blutwurst, Black Pudding, Boudin noir…the list goes on and on. Regardless what you call it, it’s one of those special little treats that people either can’t get enough of…or can’t get up the nerve to try. Most of the people that I know fall into the latter category. […]

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Sautéed Brussel Sprouts with Toulouse Sausage

When I get a new style of sausage that I’ve never had before I always do the same thing — I take out one of the links, cook it slowly in a pan with water and then sauté it in light olive oil. Without fail, the process of pan frying the sausage brings out the […]

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Squirrel sausage? Rocky and Bullwinkle probably wouldn’t approve of this post but, in Missouri, squirrels are fair game….and tasty game at that. Check out this video for a simple example of how to make squirrel sausage.

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sausage egg roulade

This egg dish recipe is originally published on Epicurious.com. A dish that will surely be a keeper and the perfect brunch meal for the whole family.

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Post image for Sausage Recipe – Sausage and Baby Potatoes Salad

This very simple, fast and easy dish is courtesy of Jun Jun De Guzman and originally published on Yummy.ph. Schublig or veal bratwurst sausages may also be used in this recipe. Photo courtesy of David Hanson. Preparation Details: Serves: 5 Preparation Time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 2 pieces Italian garlic sausages, boiled, pan-fried, and sliced 2 […]

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sausage recipe cassoulet

This sausage recipe is courtesy of Executive Chef-Partner Patrick Feury of Nectar restaurant in Berwyn, Pa., USA. Originally published on PlateMagazine.com

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