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Post by Bubba » Sun Dec 18, 2011 16:55

What is interesting about Syracuse Casing is that they sell larger Diameter Sheep casings.
I know one has to be more careful stuffing Sheep casing (compared to Hog), but with a little care while stuffing one has a good tender sausage.
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Post by uwanna61 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 02:28

I`m interested in that IM200 knife sharpener at http://www.midwesternresearch.com and it`s on sale too. Might just have to buy one for the wife for Christmas :mrgreen:
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Post by Bubba » Mon Dec 19, 2011 02:40

When I followed the link to Midwestern, I saw the electric slicer.

I was given one by a kind Lady at work (she and her husband are from Australia), it's the hand crank type, the slide and blade dis-assemble very easy for cleaning.
In return I traded her some frozen sausage packs, more of a gesture from my end as she did not want anything for the slicer.

And the slicer is brand new, it's been sitting in storage for some years with them. Slide moves with no side play and the slicer is constructed from Stainless Steel.

Bubba is happy :lol:
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Post by uwanna61 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 02:47

Hey Bubba
I have that same slicer advertised at Mid Western too, it works ok, but I think its objective is to slice bread, works ok with meat but not great.
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Post by Chuckwagon » Mon Dec 19, 2011 04:52

Hi sausage munchers! I've started an index for this topic on the first page. If you would like to see a favorite source listed, simply include it in a post following this one. Describe it a little and list the link. I'll post them into the "index" early each Monday morning. This is NOT a forum to promote commercial suppliers, rather a handy place to list our favorite sources. SPAMMERS will be deleted.
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Post by story28 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:04

That is very humbling to see my name up there on the list. Thanks guys. :smile: Only about three more weeks and we will be up and running!
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Post by vagreys » Mon Dec 19, 2011 23:33

I'm not sure how one is supposed to list one's favorites sources, describe them, provide links, and somehow manage to avoid promoting them, but these are all sources that I've either used with positive results or that I've recommended and received positive feedback on the recommendation.

Places I've ordered herbs and spices. All have provided fresh, potent herbs and spices, shipped quickly with good customer service.

Monterey Bay Spice Company http://www.herbco.com
Atlantic Spice Company http://www.atlanticspice.com
Penzey's Spices (onine and retail stores) http://www.penzeys.com
Pendery's World of Chiles & Spices http://www.penderys.com

For Spanish chiles and spices for chorizo, butifarra, and other Spanish/Catalan/Basque sausages:

La Tienda (online and retail store) http://www.tienda.com
The Spanish Table (online and retail stores) http://www.spanishtable.com
La Española Meats (online and retail store) http://www.laespanolameats.com/mm5/merchant.mvc
Hot Paella http://www.hotpaella.com
(Hot Paella's price on La Mancha saffron is and has been outstanding - the only way I can still afford it by the ounce.)

A Canadian source for sausage making equipment and supplies.

Stuffers Supply http://www.stuffers.com

A UK source for sausage making equipment and supplies.

Franco's Famous Sausagemaking.org http://www.sausagemaking.org/acatalog/index.html

It isn't obvious that Grizzly Industrial offers meat processing equipment. Search the online catalogue for 'meat'.

Grizzly Industrial http://www.grizzly.com

Northern Tool & Equipment also offers meat processing and sausage making equipment and smokers. Look in their 'Food Processing' category.

Northern Tool & Equipment http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/ ... processing
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Post by Chuckwagon » Mon Dec 19, 2011 23:50

Tom, these are great sources. It's fine to list them as you are indeed a member. We draw the line when they list themselves to promote their company commercially ("Spamming"). It is a completely different matter for one member to recommend a business to another member with good intention. Thanks Tom. Hope you are all ready for Christmas!

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Post by Gringo Loco » Tue Dec 20, 2011 00:04

uwanna61 wrote:I`m interested in that IM200 knife sharpener at http://www.midwesternresearch.com and it`s on sale too. Might just have to buy one for the wife for Christmas :mrgreen:
I found this web site and ordered their sharpening belts and polishing supplies.TheEdgeMasters.com. I bought the bench sander from Habor Freight. The same one they sell but I only paid $39.00 from Harbor Freight so I bought 2 of them. I leave one with the 800 grit belt and the other with the leather honing belt. You can shave after your done. I have never been real good at sharpening knifes untill now. I have tried LOTS of different sharpeners. Got everything for under $200.00
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Post by vagreys » Tue Dec 20, 2011 07:07

Paulski wrote:I get my casings from www.jordancasing.com
I think this one got overlooked, building the list.
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Post by Cabonaia » Sat Apr 21, 2012 19:15

Recently found this spices site. Free shipping to USA locations for orders over $10.00. Used to be free for >$5.00, and before that, all free. So this deal may go away. More spices than you can imagine. Used them and was quite satisfied.

http://www.myspicesage.com/
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"Disclaimer Container" - Where Did My Post Go?

Post by Chuckwagon » Sun Jun 24, 2012 05:28

Where Did My Post Go? :shock:

Hi Folks,
Just a note about moderating. Someone has to "trim" up and organize all the posts that are made. If one of your posts have been moved, don't be upset - try to understand where it went.

Sometimes we have differences. Everyone in society has differences. So... there has to be a place to go to cool off. This is that place... a "holding tank", while we ponder our posts.

Next, the forum "sausages" is by far, the largest and requires regular maintenance or the thing would get away from us and most members would become lost in it. In order to keep it organized and manageable, some time ago, I had to split the posts into two groups in that forum. The entries with original recipes (whether they contain photos or not) are posted individually in "sausages" as they have always been. The entries without original recipes that contain photos, now go into their own category in the "sticky" topics called "Sausage Photo Gallery".

So, if you're looking for a post (with photos) that you posted in 'sausages', and it doesn't contain an original recipe, chances are that it was moved to the top of the page in the sticky "Sausage Photo Gallery".

Also, many times a topic is "split" when a few comments direct the theme of that topic to yet another theme of conversation. We "split" the topic and give it a new name so any further posts may be found easily using the "search" function on our site. A note will appear on a "split" page, telling a reader where the new topic was directed. This certainly does not mean that the original topic can't be continued and members may add as many posts as desired pertaining to the original topic.

Finally, there must be a place to hold posts that just shouldn't go anywhere else - a place where a post should be reviewed at a later date before it goes into the "disclaimer container".

We normally don't delete posts unless they are duplicates (copies) or have broken the rules and the posting author has been notified that it has been removed. Of course, there may be exceptions to this policy and the decision remains with the moderators whether or not a post has been made in good taste. Overall, the continuity and integrity of the site has been remarkable and most members have heeded the rules very well. I believe we have a great site with wonderfully altruistic and helpful people as members. Thanks for doing your part!

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Post by uwanna61 » Mon Jun 25, 2012 22:03

CW
I don`t know how you do it, I have a hard time keeping my files in order on my home PC.
Thanks for the explanation and keeping the site up and tidy... :razz:
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Post by Chuckwagon » Tue Jun 26, 2012 09:16

You are very welcome ol' pard. Nice of you to mention it. Hope you are enjoying summer so far.
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Post by sawhorseray » Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:43

I used to order just about everything from Cabelas and came to find a lot of their sausage supplies and smokers are provided to them by PS Seasonings. I since have made a few purchases from them, been very happy with what I've ordered, tho shipping seems to be a little pricy. Just about everything I purchase from Cabelas comes with free shipping, I'll most likely go back to that method of obtaining what I need.

http://www.psseasoning.com/index.cfm/act/store
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