When was the last time you had smoked Polish kielbasa? Growing up in a Mexican/Cajun household this wasn’t a sausage that we ate much of. It wasn’t till college when I had the opportunity to have dinner with a Polish mate of mine and his family. They served a dish
Texas Hot Links. A delicious spicy sausage that finds it’s origins out of Pittsburg, TX. This sausage (AKA Hot Guts) can be made with beef, pork, or a combination of both. From what I can gather there is no real standard when it comes to Texas Hot Guts as every
Are you ready for something different. This fresh/fermented sausage is part of Northeastern Thailand’s sausage scene. This sausage is made with ground pork and pork fat, mixed with garlic and rice, then fermented for several days. The flavors of this Sai Krok Issan are heavy on the garlic flavor with
Cajun venison sausage is a great sausage to make not only because it’s ridiculously good but its a great way to use up some deer meat. This sausage can be made with any part of the deer and all you have to do is add some pork fat to it.
Spanish Chorizo is a cured fermented dried sausage made from coarsely ground pork/fat and heavily spiced. The process of making Spanish chorizo takes between 1-2 months and the end result is like an edible work of art. This salami gets it’s flavor from fermentation and the different types of Spanish
I hope you are ready because this recipe is hard core!! Mettwurst is a German sausage. This sausage has many different styles of preparation as you might find mettwurst in casings, fully dried, in a jar, or spreadable. Today’s version of mettwurst is a semi dried cured and cold smoked