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I am about to do the same thing, except with ground venison. Since my husband and my father in law are both hunters we rarely buy ground beef. We process the majority of it ourselves, so we know what was done to it. I will freeze half of the sauce for a later meal since we are empty nestors and one pot of sauce is way more than we can eat. We each get about 2 meals from a 1/2 recipe so this works out great. I haven't tried it with sausage but I just might now since we make our own sausage as well. I get sooo many good ideas from your blog. Thanks!
Looks Good! I had no daycare children yesterday due to the storm and none today. Yesterday I cooked a ham, potatoes, carrots - we had that for an early dinner and there is now a casserole dish in the oven filled with leftovers for our lunch today. I love these surprise days off! I got six loads of laundry done, my main playroom deep cleaned and reorganized, watched some television, read six magazines I had not gotten to yet (freebies). It has been a good storm for me! My husband would not agree as he had to snowblow, shovel, salt, etc.
Christie,many of my cousins hunt, and my uncle is a butcher as well, by trade. I'd try some of the sausage as long as it's got fennel so Italian style, fry some off and add it to sauce you normally would make. I only use 2 1/2 links per batch, for economy.
Meme, a ham can easily be stretched. I already have one in my chest freezer for Easter, bought a few months ago for an awesome price. I don't recall exactly but I paid somewhere between 79-99/lb
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