I have posted this recipe previously at:
I was making a batch and decided to shoot a video on how to make it. Here it is!
I make most of my dishes from scratch, including Jerky. However, there are commercial products out there that are of a high quality and give a great result. Hi Mountain Jerky mixes are one of those products. Continue reading Hi Mountain Bourbon BBQ Blend Jerky
I like to golf. She Who Must Be Obeyed says I golf too much. Sigh. When I golf, I find myself getting peckish around the 11th hole and I like to have something in my bag. Snack Sticks are the perfect solution. Continue reading Spicy Snack Sticks
I have made summer sausage from kits and from recipes with all kind of exotic ingredients like encapsulated ascorbic acid, Fermento, high temperature cheese, etc. If you know the history of summer sausage, it was made by local people from local ingredients and just included meat and seasonings and then was smoked. With all my experimenting, I found I liked the old simple recipe and it is now my go to. Welcome to OFG Summer Sausage. Continue reading OFG Summer Sausage
This is the second of the sausages I made when my friend, Marj, gave me some ground Moose. The first was German Bologna. I decided to go with another German sausage, Mettwurst for the second one. Continue reading Mettwurst
A generous friend gave me some ground moose! Thanks, Marj. I decided to make something with it and share it with her. I decided to experiment with making German Bologna with moose. It is normally made with a combination of pork and beef but I tried pork and moose. Continue reading German Bologna
This is the second part of my first attempt at making sausage on my Louisiana Grills Pellet Smoker. In the prior post I showed the way I made Smokehouse Summer Sausage. I made this bologna at the same time using a mix from LEM products called Backwoods Trail Bologna. I bought the kit version that includes the sausage casings. Continue reading Backwoods Trail Bologna
I still have some moose given to me by a generous friend. One of the pieces was a chuck roast. I decided to use it in one of my favourite recipes, Beef Barley Stew.