Message from discussion Grilling/smoking sausages and tough casing
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On Thu, 27 Sep 2012 21:58:58 -0400, monroe, of course wrote:
> Ed Pawlowski <e...@snet.net> wrote:
>> Interesting. With rare exception, never had the problem. I only buy
>> natural casing dogs and buy all sorts of sausages. I just put them on
>> a heated grill and let them go. Never bothered with the par cooking
>> No one in my house has ever complained.
>> Maybe the way you handle them makes them stiff. ;)
> SNORK!!SPLORT!! Ed hits a 4-dinger!
> Seriously.I've had less casing problems from sheepgut than from piggut.
> Seems thinner,more flexible and is ribbed for HER pleasure.
> monroe(parboiling in beer=alcohol abuse. You'll go to hell for that)
Two of the funniest messages I've *ever* read on usenet. I've been
laughing for 5 minutes and I'm still going.