Home Sausage Making: How-to Techniques for Making and Enjoying 100 Sausages at Home

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Storey Publishing, 2003 - Cooking - 283 pages
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Sausage as the ingredient of the year in 2000! Who would have thought that Bon Appetit would make such a choice? But sausage it was. Maybe it was an increased interest in Mexican and other ethnic home-cooking; or the addition of new flavors such as apple, pesto, sun-dried tomato, and jalapeno pepper; or the development of leaner, healthier versions of old favorites (low-fat, turkey, hot Italian sausages anyone?). Whatever the reasons, sausage is hot and sales are growing. The National Hot Dog & Sausage Council expects sales to grow to $11.7 billion by 2008. So why not try your hand at making your own sausages?Home Sausage Making, with 95,000 copies in print, is the classic in the field. Now repackaged in a smaller, friendlier trim size for a new generation of sausage lovers, and completely revised and updated to comply with current USDA safety standards, this new edition features 150 recipes. Included in the lineup are 100 recipes for sausages (cased and uncased) and 50 recipes for cooking with sausage, all written for contemporary tastes and cooking styles. There are instructions for making sausages with beef and pork, fish and shellfish, chicken and turkey, and game meats. Ethnic favorites include German specialties such as Bratwurst, Mettwurst, and Vienna Sausage; Italian Cotechino and Luganega; Polish Fresh and Smoked Kielbasa; and Spanish-Style Chorizo, Potatis Korv (Swedish Potato Sausage), Kosher Salami, and Czech Yirtrnicky. On top of all the meat varieties, there is an entirely new section on vegetarian sausage options.'
 

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My Father just loved this book and has enjoyed making sme of the stuff in it. He also learned alot from it on food safety. This is a book that as a family we wil use together we love to eat good food Read full review

great book

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great book helps a lot and good recipes a must for newbies like myself Read full review

Contents

The Sausages
51
Cooking with Sausage
213
Appendixes
270

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About the author (2003)

Growing up in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Susan Mahnke Peery was a regular at Bratwurst Day. As the former food editor at Yankee magazine, she wrote 100 installments of the "Great New England Cooks" series. She is the newsletter editor for Digital Hearth; the author of The Wellesley Cookie Exchange Cookbook; and co-author, with her husband Gordon Peery, of Potluck Plain and Fancy. She lives in Nelson, New Hampshire.

Charles Reavis is a skilled chef and writer for many national magazines. He has authored the Storey book, Home Sausage Making. When he is not sharing his sausage making talents or creating new recipes, Charles is an English instructor in Endwell, New York.

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