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Roasted Chorizo & Summer Vegetables

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LOCAL Sustainable Foods & Cured Meats was established in 2010 in New Buffalo, MI. Click here to visit LOCAL.

They shared this recipe with Sausagefest.com.

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Some Great Recipes

THE BEST WAY TO GRILL SAUSAGES

For many people, cooking sausages connects them with primal parts of their being. Some want their sausages well done because cavemen invented fire 5000 years agoand that’s why you cook the sausages so well. While there are those who seek perfection on earth and imagine their grilled sausage is part of that quest. Maybe it’s a spectrum thing, a range of tastes that in many cases have no overlapping common elements – like a red state Trumpite talking to a Seattle blue stater about politics. There may be agreement on oxygen being necessary to breathe but after that the particular variables are marbles rolling around crashing into each other.

But, even in quandaries of conflicting deeply held values there can be some knowledge gained for both parties and al...

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Sausage Alla Botto

Sausage Alla Botto

November brings the first serious chill to many parts of the country. Sausage Alla Botto fits the bill of being hearty and filling, and if you use hot Italian sausage, you can add some additional warmth.

For this recipe we want to say Thanks to the C.W. Brown Company. They are the oldest sausage making company in the state of New Jersey. They are located in Mount Royal, New Jersey (about 30 minutes from Philadelphia) where they started their sausage business in 1887. You can read more about them at:
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Italian Beef/Sausage Pinwheel

Italian Beef/Sausage Pinwheel

This recipe is easy to assemble – even if you have too many tailgate beers before hand. On the plus side, it’s very good eating and works very well for a group of people where the cholesterol content can be split among many.

Sausagefest, football, beer…it’s a trifecta hard to beat.

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