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Old 12-24-2010, 01:28 PM   #1
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We got a new freezer and I lost my sausage

I hate it when that happens.
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I buy Jimmy Dean original sausage and batch cook it up with extra sage and pepper. Then I bag it and freeze it up for quick thaw and use on pizza, egg bake, and omelettes.

I had a sausage shelf in the old freezer. The new one has a drawer. I may have found some sausage under a turkey.
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I buy Jimmy Dean original sausage and batch cook it up with extra sage and pepper. Then I bag it and freeze it up for quick thaw and use on pizza, egg bake, and omelettes.

I had a sausage shelf in the old freezer. The new one has a drawer. I may have found some sausage under a turkey.
OK, that makes some sense.

That first post sent my imagination running wild.
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OK, that makes some sense.

That first post sent my imagination running wild.

Yes, thanks for the explanation. The first post left me thinking "what am I missing, here?".


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I may have found some sausage under a turkey.

Be very careful. What you find under a turkey may look a little like sausage, but usually isn't.

It is very similar to what you might find under a chicken only bigger.

Don't eat it. It doesn't taste good.

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I kind of thought the op was beginning a blues tune.

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