Intro to Sausage Making for Hobbyists

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Howdy Pards!  … “Chuckwagon” and “El DuckO” here… We’re Mighty Happy You Stopped By! Explore our sausage making and sausage recipes site by clicking on any photo or “button” below to open a topic! 

Here are just a few of the things you’ll find here at SausagesWest.com …

– Sausage Making, Sausage Recipes, Sausage Smoking
– Free Professional Instruction And Advice!
– Hundreds Of Proven Sausage Recipes! (See Category #7 Below!)
– Bacon & Ham Curing & Smoking!
– Curing With Sodium Nitrite/Nitrate – Instruction and Savvy
– Bacteria “Safety Savvy” – USDA
– Forum Chat Room – Free Membership
– “Old West” History Forum
– Tall Tales, Fun, & Bullshipping!
– Technical Questions Answered Online
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Chuckwagon: Warm yourself by the campfire while you scroll down! We’re all about sausage making and sausage recipes. We gladly share our professional, time-tested formulas and technical information with the home hobbyist. If you are fed up with grocers’ high prices and wish to make a better product, then you’ve come to the right place! 
el DuckO: Home sausage making hobbyists and smoke addicts will find our site chock-full of technical information and sausage recipes for all your reference needs. Although our website is open for everyone to read, you need to become a member in order to make comments to take part in discussions. Please join us and become part of our websausage making; sausage recipes;site! Just click on the “Join Us” button below.
⇐ ⇐ ⇐ and note that there are no fees or cheesy advertisements here, like most other sites have (except for those irritating Google search ads) !

Chuckwagon: I reckon we ought ta’ get acquainted. Though I’ve been called a lot of things, I’ll answer to “Chuckwagon”, a tag I picked up when I wrote a newspaper column called “The Chuckwagon Gourmet”. I’m a cowpunchin’ curmudgeon and I hang my hat on a mountain in Utah. My partner is a brassy, audacious yet insightful, DUCK. He refers to himself as the “Chief Waterfowl Officer,” calls himself “el DuckO,” and is more of a grommet than a gourmet.
el DuckO:
We’re here to help you with anything we can. If we don’t have an answer for you, we’ll FIND a REAL answer for you. We’re just tickled to talk about bacon, ham, sausages, and all types of preserved meats. We’ll help… but you’ve got to ask.
Chuckwagon:
So, park yer’ hoss, throw the saddle over the top rung of the corral, curry that broomtail down just a bit, and give him a few oats! Mosey, saunter, amble, or ramble your way on down to the ol’ campfire – there’s plenty of hot Arbuckle’s in the pot.
el DuckO: Although our site gets quite technical in places, we try to keep the atmosphere “light”. With all that goes on here, the truth gets stretched out quite a bit as we exchange all sorts of information… everything but religion or politics, that is.§ click here §


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Your best place for advice on sausage making and sausage recipes

Quote of Note:

“Everything has an end. (Only the sausage has two.)”

“Alles hat ein Ende, nur die Wurst hat zwei.”