|The sausage. Chilling outside with some white wine.|
As one might expect from a Thanksgiving-themed sausage, this Turkey happily ground and stuffed itself, satisfyingly fed 19 hungry pilgrim-esque mouths (think funny hats and brass-buckle shoes), and topped off the evening with an uncanny impression of the native Americans who generously helped out the early pilgrims by virtually disappearing from view.
- 6 lbs. Turkey Thighs
Fruits & Nuts
- 1/2 lb. Dried Cranberries
- 1 oz. Toasted Almonds
Spices & Seasonings
- 2 Tbsp. Coarse Salt
- 3 tsp. Marjoram
- 3 tsp. Sage
- 1 tsp Ground
- 2 tsp Rubbed Leaf
- 1.5 tsp. Black Pepper
- 6 Tbsp. Triple-Sec
As the Thanksgiving morning dawned, the sausages read ominous omens in the sunrise and prepared for battle.
|The sausages assemble themselves on the grill in rank and file order.|
A more fearsome regiment of Turkey warriors had not been seen on this Earth since the great Sausagecapedes of Antiquity
|Reports of overcrowding and rampant cranberry theft proved to be unreliable.|
The regiment fought valiantly against the unyielding heat of the grill.
|After a few turns the regiment sports a variety of battle-wounds.|
Eventually even their chief, looking down from above, realized that this battle could not be won.
|Chief Dances-with-Intestines looks on as, one-by-one, his warriors fall.|
-Editor's Note: Rest assured that whatever bozo comes up with this nonsense has never been paid. He just keeps showing up. We hope to attract new talent in the New Year.
|Yes, it was as good as it looks.|
This post is groundbreaking for two reasons:
First, that it is the first post to contain the recipe AND the results in one outrageous bang for your nonexistent buck.
And Second, that it announces a temporary hiatus from sausage-making. That's right readers, due to a special writ of King George III banning sausage-making in the new world from proceeding during the month of December - so as to avoid the Americans making insinuating jokes about the Royal Sausage and where it could be stuffed - there will be no sausage made between Thanksgiving and New Years.
-Editor's Note: Seriously, please help us get rid of this doofus.
Happy Holidays. May your bellies be filled with sausage. I have to go see a man about a stuffed goose.