I am taking something of a road trip and a buddy in Vegas has a friend with a ranch nearby in AZ that we've been invited to hunt. He's got hogs and sheep on 3200 acres and wants to thin the herd because of drought conditions and figures he's gonna lose some animals to hunger anyway. My question is this, has anyone ever made sausage outta sheep? Or a mix of pork and sheep? Thought I might take the guy up on his invitation and maybe try to get one of each. Anyone got any good hot & spicy Italian or Cajun sausage recipes? I have a grinder now...just need casings for links.
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damn, i need to start making more of these kind of friends.
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Bass Pro Shop has casings. No clue as to sheep and hog sausage.
Seems like sausage would be the way to go... good luck on finding more out and good luck on your hunt.
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Literally, the bible on home sausage making. None better on the market.
Around 200 different sausage recipes...for the most part, you can subsitute wild game for anything that calls for beef. Pork is pork. I'm sure there's a few in there that are mutton specific.
The neat thing is, when you make your own, you can experiment some. Just pay attention to the cooking and smoking times, the temprature and don't make radical changes in the spice formulas until you get used to making your own.
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If these are wool sheep and your doing your own skinning, clean your knifes well before you do any meat cutting. lanolin is what really gives the older sheep that muttony taste. Hair sheep, like a barbados, don't have wool and aren't strong. We have had several breeds of domestic sheep made into breakfast sausage and it's all been fantastic.
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