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Wayside Country Sausage

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< Recipe courtesy of the classic cookbook ''A Treasury of Great Recipes,'' by Mary and Vincent Price. This recipe comes from the Wayside Inn of Sudbury, Massachusetts, which prides itself on using homemade sausage and stuffing for its [[Roast Turkey Wayside Inn|classic turkey recipe]]. This recipe produced a *lot* of sausage, and the leftover sausage made a quick and easy breakfast for my houseguest, along with scrambled eggs. This was a very easy homemade sausage, consisting of ground pork shoulder and spices. It was delicious! Definitely, this will be made again, many times.

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> Recipe courtesy of the classic cookbook ''A Treasury of Great Recipes,'' by Mary and Vincent Price. This recipe comes from the Wayside Inn of Sudbury, Massachusetts, which prides itself on using homemade sausage and stuffing for its [[Roast Turkey Wayside Inn|legendary roast turkey recipe]]. This recipe produced a *lot* of sausage, and the leftover sausage made a quick and easy breakfast for my houseguest, along with scrambled eggs. This was a very easy homemade sausage, consisting of ground pork shoulder and spices. It was delicious! Definitely, this will be made again, many times.


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Recipe courtesy of the classic cookbook A Treasury of Great Recipes, by Mary and Vincent Price. This recipe comes from the Wayside Inn of Sudbury, Massachusetts, which prides itself on using homemade sausage and stuffing for its legendary roast turkey recipe. This recipe produced a lot of sausage, and the leftover sausage made a quick and easy breakfast for my houseguest, along with scrambled eggs. This was a very easy homemade sausage, consisting of ground pork shoulder and spices. It was delicious! Definitely, this will be made again, many times.

Trim the excess fat from the pork shoulder, and grind the pork in a meat grinder. Mix in seasonings. If you're using this as the ingredient in Wayside bread stuffing, simply mix this mixture in with the stuffing. If you want to serve this as a sausage, shape the mixture into patties, and fry or broil slowly for 15 minutes, or until well browned on both sides.

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