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    venison sausages

    Had venison sausages from a local butcher last night - they were delicious - just had them cooked on the george foreman with some oven chips and peas.

    Anybody got ideas on what else I could have done with them?

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    Re: venison sausages

    "Anybody got ideas on what else I could have done with them?"

    Yes, ship them to me <img src=/S/evilgrin.gif border=0 alt=evilgrin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: venison sausages

    I have tried various ways to cook sausages and added all sorts of things. My conclusion is that they are best grilled and kept as is. Keep it simple.

    Last year on our great 'outback odyssey' (we did a north - south crossing of Australia on The Kidman Way) we had a bit of a 'who has the best sausages' competition. We would buy sausages at the butcher in the town we were going through and then cook them up on a small fire while we camped that night. The Boulia butcher won it (not just because of the alliteration) and the camp site west of Cunnamulla in the mulga was about as emblematic of the whole trip as you could get. Shame we forgot to pack the fence wire cooking utensil when we decamped.

    Johanna

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    Re: venison sausages

    Personally, I think a sausage, is a sausage, is a sausage!

    What makes the sausage is what is on the plate with it. I love to have a nice chutney or a nice sauce "for dipping". When I think of venison sausages I instantly think of red currant jelly (not jam) or a sweet nut chutney <img src=/S/yum.gif border=0 alt=yum width=15 height=15>
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    Re: venison sausages

    I once tried venison once but it was too deer.

    It cost big bucks.

    And I didn't have the doe.
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