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Old 06-17-2012, 11:05 PM
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Sausage Making Question

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Now see picture below of the local butcher. It isn't mentioned in the article so can anyone tell me if it is a new type of sausage and what meat was used and how it is made exactly?

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Any type of sausage made by underemployed prostitutes?

The chorizo you find for sale here is usually a fresh sausage and requires cooking before eating.

I made a dish not long ago that goes well with tortillas. I gave away a lot of it to friends, so I ended up with extra tortillas. To make something to eat them with, I cut up sausage into small pieces and fried in bacon fat. I did the first batch with bratwurst and it turned out great. Second batch was hot Italian sausage and may even be a bit better.
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:09 AM
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Any type of sausage made by underemployed prostitutes?

The chorizo you find for sale here is usually a fresh sausage and requires cooking before eating.

I made a dish not long ago that goes well with tortillas. I gave away a lot of it to friends, so I ended up with extra tortillas. To make something to eat them with, I cut up sausage into small pieces and fried in bacon fat. I did the first batch with bratwurst and it turned out great. Second batch was hot Italian sausage and may even be a bit better.
Send it to me in a frozen box. Sounds great.
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So if it is made by a "Ho", What sort of meat? Bobbit's? How did they make the sausage? Sure, you slip the meat into the skin but using what device? Does that give it a different "flavor"? Or would it be dependent on whom the "Ho" was with that day?
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If you go there, be careful when ordering prosciutto . . . not prostituta
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:43 PM
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If you go there, be careful when ordering prosciutto . . . not prostituta
I haven't been there yet. Maybe they have a 2 for 1 special where you buy a prosciutto and get a prostituta? Cross promotion for meat and hookers? Or book a session with a prostituta and get some prosciutto for dinner?

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