If you haven’t heard of Armadillo eggs before, they are a cheese stuffed jalapeno wrapped in sausage and smoked. While they are very tasty, I decided they would be better with a seasoned crispy crust. Welcome to Armadillo Eggs in the Shell! Continue reading Armadillo Eggs in the Shell
I did a video of Gayle’s Low Fat Sausage Gravy!
The Old Fat Guy
While I was travelling to Butte, Montana for a curling bonspiel, I found a nice whole pork butt. This was fortuitous as I was wanting to make a Coppa (look for a future post) which involves a cut of the pork butt. However, it left me with a lot of pork still attached to the butt. I couldn’t let it go to waste so I made some Maple Breakfast Sausage. Continue reading Maple Breakfast Sausage, Leftover Pork!
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 all my own breakfast sausage but noted I hadn’t done a video about how I do it. So, here is a video of my previously posted recipe for OFG Breakfast Sausage.
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
Sausage Balls are an appetizer that has been around for years. It involves mixing sausage with biscuit mix and baking it. They are very tasty but also very greasy and they mostly taste of sausage. This is my effort to make a less greasy version and to kick up the complexity of the flavours. Continue reading Sausage Balls
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
I really like to have sausage rolls on hand particularly in the holiday season. I make them up and freeze them uncooked. When company comes over, I take as many as I want out of the freezer and bake them for 25 minutes in a 375 F oven. Voila! Hot sausage rolls. Continue reading Sausage Rolls