Boar brats

hunter24605

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Not exactly sure what recipe the butcher used making these brats from my daughters boar, but they’re dang tasty..the misses made them
In the cast iron with sautéed peppers and onions and a side of fried taters..And of course a cold Yuengling to wash it down. I wish we would have had a larger portion of the hog made into sausages of varying types.
 

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DrMike

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Good sausage always make game worthwhile. Poor sausages leave the person condemning the game. A good recipe begins with good meat and a mix of spices that meet with our approval. That looks fantastic from this perspective. Always a pleasure to see a good meal resulting from the work of bringing the bacon home (so to speak).(y)
 

hunter24605

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Apr 30, 2016
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Good sausage always make game worthwhile. Poor sausages leave the person condemning the game. A good recipe begins with good meat and a mix of spices that meet with our approval. That looks fantastic from this perspective. Always a pleasure to see a good meal resulting from the work of bringing the bacon home (so to speak).(y)
Very true. I've tried my hand a DIY sausage making, and it usually turned out quite abysmal lol. There's definitely an art to it. Although wild hog isn't exactly a "good meat" for sausages because it lacks the fat content of domestic hogs, but the butcher had pork trimmings on hand and added enough of them to make up for the lack of natural fat content. Same with the breakfast sausage we have. A little bird told me that a lot of butchers use AC Leggs seasoning mixes.
 
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