1001 Great Sausage Recipes



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1001 Greatest Sausage Recipes offers a collection of the world’s greatest sausage recipes. Written by Stanley and Adam Marianski.

1001 Greatest Sausage Recipes offers a collection of the world’s greatest sausage recipes. Finding a reliable recipe on the internet becomes harder every day. To gain income from advertising clicks, the majority of large web sites generate thousands of so-called “sausage recipes” and when people search for “sausage recipes” they usually get recipes of dishes with sausages, but not actually how to make them. Unfortunately, the vital information about meat selection, ingredients and processing steps is usually missing.

This is where this book fills the void. The 1001 Greatest Sausage Recipes is not about cooking meals with sausages, the book is about making them. There is a big difference between writing about ready-made sausages and making them. The book lists materials, the ingredients and detailed processing steps for making all types of sausages. The majority of recipes come from Polish, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian and French official sources and archives in order to be as accurate as possible. Many of those were produced by commercial plants for sale to the general public, and a number of the recipes are still commercially used even now.

Additional Details:

  • Pages: 602
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 7.0 x 1.4 x 10.0 inches
  • ISBN: 978-0982426777

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Weight 2.5 lbs


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    Does this book include a recipe for Bosna? It is a Yugoslavian sausage sold by food vendors in Salzburg, Austria. They are long and thin about the diameter of typical pork breakfast sausage links and sold with 2 sausages in a bun with onions. As seen here - https://www.google.com/search?q=bosna+sausage&sca_esv=573801698&rlz=1C1GCEA_enUS1058US1059&sxsrf=AM9HkKkmNQIFpvrs5nTRrkrCxvIRoPYghA1697469533232&ei=XVQtZYXkDaTJptQPp5GS8AM&gs_ssp=eJzj4tTP1TcwTi7OSTZgdGDw4k3KL85LVChOLC1OTE8FAHUnCMs&oq=bosna+sausage&gs_lp=Egxnd3Mtd2l6LXNlcnAiDWJvc25hIHNhdXNhZ2UqAggAMgUQLhiABDIFEAAYgAQyBRAAGIAEMggQABiKBRiGAzIIEAAYigUYhgMyCBAAGIoFGIYDMhQQLhiABBiXBRjcBBjeBBjfBNgBAUi0hgFQshZY1ipwAngAkAEAmAGlAaAB0waqAQMwLje4AQHIAQD4AQHCAg4QLhiABBjHARivARiwA8ICCxAAGIoFGIYDGLADwgIQEC4YgAQYFBiHAhjHARivAcICBxAuGIAEGArCAgoQLhgUGIcCGIAEwgIKEC4YgAQYFBiHAsICCxAuGIAEGMcBGK8BwgIZEC4YFBiHAhiABBiXBRjcBBjeBBjfBNgBAcICBhAAGBYYHuIDBBgBIEGIBgGQBgK6BgYIARABGBQ&sclient=gws-wiz-serp
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    Q Does this book include a recipe for Bosna? It is a Yugoslavian sausage sold by food vendors in Sa...... Read more answer now

    I don't think so, but it sounds delicious