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Suasage, peppers and onions oh my!

 
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SVonhof
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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Suasage, peppers and onions oh my! Reply with quote

Decided to use the Smokey Joe to cook up some Maui sausages I picked up from Lockeford Sausage (famous in our neck of the woods). I sliced everything up and added some canola oil, salt and pepper the sliced goodies and put the grill pan thing on top of the Smokey Joe. I also added some grape tomatoes at the very end.

The Maui sausages (I only used one as they are big sausages) are nice and sweet and compliments the sweetness of the yellow and orange bell peppers and the natural sugars that come out of the onion.

Here are the pics:


And paired up with plain white rice:


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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

that looks amazing and probably smelled and tasted even better Very Happy I love grilled onions, peppers and sausage.
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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks a heck of a lot better than what I had last night, some brats from the specialty sausage section of the grocery store. Embarassed You're medley looks like it would go good in a sub roll.
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SVonhof
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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Smokin Mike wrote:
That looks a heck of a lot better than what I had last night, some brats from the specialty sausage section of the grocery store. Embarassed You're medley looks like it would go good in a sub roll.


Heck yeah! Maybe next time!
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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks fantastic, love sausage. Very fortunate to have several markets around here that are 5th generation immigrants still doing the family business......making sausage. One shop in particular are Armenian and have been in the same shop for 80 years. You've got me craving some good sausage now. I'll have to make that run before long!!
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k.c.hawg wrote:
Looks fantastic, love sausage. Very fortunate to have several markets around here that are 5th generation immigrants still doing the family business......making sausage. One shop in particular are Armenian and have been in the same shop for 80 years. You've got me craving some good sausage now. I'll have to make that run before long!!


Lockeford has been around a long time as well (45+ years). They do a brisk business even though the shop is very small. It can fit maybe 20 customers max and will have a line outside and around the corner on weekends as it is on a busy 2-lane highway that goes up to Lake Tahoe and the Sierra's.

Sometimes I will take the motorcycle and go even further toward Tahoe and stop at Swingles Meats in Jackson, Ca and the on the way home, stop at Lockeford as well. Swingles has lots of vacuum sealed packages of meats that are pre-marinated as well as some cuts you can't find many places, but they have very little sausage, so the two (30 miles from each other), kinda work well together since Lockeford doesn't do much past sausage.
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PostPosted: Aug 02 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks Great!!!
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