Boston butts

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  1. kyoutdoorsman

    kyoutdoorsman 12 pointer

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    Kroger has them for 99 cents a pound
     
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  2. JR in KY

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    On the way.....
     
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  3. I must be under a different Kroger. I have Pork tenderloins B1G1 for our pork sale this week.
     
  4. We must be in the Memphis region on western end and y'all in Cincinnati one is what I meant. With that said the B1G1 tenderloin is a deal on page 1 of mine I generally try and hit up. They’ve had these back ribs in same awhile.
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  5. Bullcb69

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    I buy them up when on sale and make some into breakfast sausage then save some for the smoker
     
  6. bgkyarcher

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    I bought 3 earlier this week at $1.19. I may get a couple more.
     
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  7. kyoutdoorsman

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    Gonna do some breakfast sausage. Any homemade recipes.
     
  8. kyoutdoorsman

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    Ac legg seasoning. What blend number do you like
     
  9. Lady Hunter

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    Do any of the mixes/recipes taste similar to Tennessee Pride (for example)? We tried a few mixes years ago & they were awful, bitter & waaaay too much sage. Would love to find one where we could make our own.
     
  10. barney

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    I have always liked a good breakfast link sausage. I like the Bob Evans links best of the ones I've tried, but most are good. So I looked for a ginger nutmeg sausage recipe to try to duplicate the flavor.

    I tried this one yesterday with one of the 99¢ butts. I only did half of the recipe with 5 lbs of meat, and it turned out really good! I'll make a full batch next round. By looking the recipe over I thought it may be a little heavy on the salt, and it was. I only used 2 tablespoons in my half batch and it was still just a wee bit heavy on salt but not by much. I also added a half tablespoon of rosemary to the ingredients in my batch.
    Also for my next batch I'll use a 3/16 plate for the second grind because I like the coarser grind best for patties. I used an 1/8" plate this time.
    Homemade Breakfast Sausage:

    • 10-lbs ground pork
    • 5-tbsp salt
    • 1-tbsp ground white pepper
    • 2-tbsp rubbed sage
    • 1-tsp ginger
    • 1-tbsp nutmeg
    • 1-tbsp thyme
    • 1-pint ice water
    • 1-tbsp ground hot red pepper
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  11. kyoutdoorsman

    kyoutdoorsman 12 pointer

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    Looking good Barney. I went last night to grab a couple of butts but they were out. So me and wife got a rain check for 10 guess we will be having pork all year. I said for 99 cents why not. Pork steaks,bbq,sausage,stir fry. Whoop whoop, maybe a little pork with grounder deer burger
     
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  12. barney

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    Thanks!
    We had the sausage again this morning and everyone loves it. I'll be making more soon.
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  13. Ataulbe1

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    Can't go wrong with #10
     

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