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Post Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:44 am
ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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One of the things I picked up at Haen Meats awhile back was a package of andouille sausage and last Sunday I finally put it on the grill.
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Even though it was already cooked I kept it on the grill long enough to brown and split the casings. It smelled pretty good. :wink:
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I don't know how authentic andouille from Appleton, Wisconsin is but this was some good sausage. It had lots of flavor and plenty of heat (which is why I grilled it when Mrs. Chicken wasn't around), and while it might not be 100% correct to serve it on hot dog buns with yellow mustard I thought it was just fine that way. However, after eating 3 of them for supper I paid for it the next day... :lol:
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One of these days I'll pry open my wallet and have the real thing shipped up from Louisiana.

Post Mon Mar 24, 2014 8:36 am
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That sandwich looks awesome, Andouille is some of the best stuff on the planet. It's amazing how different it tastes from place to place.
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Post Mon Mar 24, 2014 8:44 am
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Looks good, if you like heat try the Andouille sausage from Johnson's Sausage Shop in Rio.

Very spicey, I have them make me up 10# of Venison Andouille every year, good stuff

Post Mon Mar 24, 2014 9:56 am
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Thanks, guys!

Trollby, Rio's a bit of a drive for me so I don't know when I'd get up there...maybe some nice Saturday this summer.

http://www.johnsonssausage.com/

Post Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:47 am
Trollby well done
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ScreamingChicken wrote:
Thanks, guys!

Trollby, Rio's a bit of a drive for me so I don't know when I'd get up there...maybe some nice Saturday this summer.

http://www.johnsonssausage.com/



I like to go on a Cycle ride through country roads and stop by in the summer, just wrap up and Ice packs in my cycle bags keeps it cold, I grab frozen stuff mostly but some fridge hot sticks and stuff for a lunch before heading back on road


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Just noticed on their site that Andouille is no longer regular stock item. Just an FYI

Post Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:01 pm
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Trollby wrote:
ScreamingChicken wrote:
Thanks, guys!

Trollby, Rio's a bit of a drive for me so I don't know when I'd get up there...maybe some nice Saturday this summer.

http://www.johnsonssausage.com/



I like to go on a Cycle ride through country roads and stop by in the summer, just wrap up and Ice packs in my cycle bags keeps it cold, I grab frozen stuff mostly but some fridge hot sticks and stuff for a lunch before heading back on road


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Just noticed on their site that Andouille is no longer regular stock item. Just an FYI


Trollby, that seems to happen a lot. I used to get andouille in a number of stores but it's getting rare enough that I save mine for gumbo and jambalaya only.

Even so, I gotta admit that they look great on the grill. Nice work, Brad! :cheers:
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