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Peter's Getting Married and He Damn Well Better Like Sausage

fresh Italian pork sausage links This here is 20 pounds of pork sausage. And, I made it myself.

First, let me tell you that sausage making is wicked pissa. I mean, look at this stuff!

Second, the “I” in “I made it myself” is a gross exageration of epic proportions. There would not be a photo of 20 pounds of raw pork sausage on Simmer Stock if it were not for the efforts of the love of my life and bride of 15 years (as of yesterday), Francie. Not only did she do all the legwork of ordering and picking up most of what's needed for Peter's Rehearsal dinner, she spent three hours with me at the Kitchenaid helping me stuff thid sausage. If that's not love, well, I don‘t know what is.


Posted on Sep 19, 2003 @ 01:26 AM

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nf0:

Wow that looks great.

Posted on Sep 19, 2003 @ 09:58 AM

Bethany:

As a guest of the Rehearsal dinner, I just want to say the food was amazing. Everything was great. I look forward to another dinner by Rich/Dick. Thanks for a great dinner.

Posted on Sep 22, 2003 @ 10:23 AM

annie:

enter your comment here

i would like the recipe for these sausages and how may i get it.they look real great.
i can almost smell them as you are cooking them.
THANK YOU,THANK YOU.

ANNIE

Posted on Dec 19, 2003 @ 06:00 PM

Dr. Biggles:

I would like to have some please. I'm about > < this far from making my own. And now that the holidays are over with maybe I can get with the program and get it done. It's so darned tough finding decent sausage around here, I have to travel 40 minutes to get something worth eating. All the local markets carry precooked nasty salty crud. Turkey sausage ... pleah. Dr. B.

Posted on Jan 02, 2004 @ 01:28 PM


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