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Category Sausage Makers

Sausage Maker Map

Sausage Maker Map

Below is a map of both Sausage Pioneers and Approved Sausage Makers.

  • The Sausage Pioneers are the oldest sausage makers in America. Click this “link” for more information.
  • Here are some of Sausagefest’s Approved Sausage Makers and the sausages enjoyed at Sausagefest 2016.

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Roasted Chorizo & Summer Vegetables

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Click here to read Sausgefest.com’s interview with Pat & Ellie Mullins.

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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Sausage Maker of The Month: LOCAL Sausage

Pat & Ellie Mullins Local
A Pound of Questions for LOCAL: Q&A With Pat & Ellie Mullins
New Buffalo, Michigan – a Lake Michigan shore community.
1. How did you get started in sausage making?

Pat: For me it started at the Chicago Cooking and Hospitality Institute. John Fuente was one of my instructors and whole idea of quality ingredients and eating well started there. Then I was lucky enough to intern at Blackbird and started making sausages there.

Then two friends and I went to California and by our second restaurant gig, I was becoming the sausage guy, and that’s when I started realizing this is what I need to do.

2. Ellie, how did you come into the food business – and why healthy sausage?

Growing up in Belgium (her parents are US citizens living abroad) sausages and healthy eating were just what we ...

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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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