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kwhites634

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We could help you come up with a recipe for next time if youd like?

Finally finished peeling All the eggs :celebrate:
Seen the tv ad for the egg peeler deal that you just shake & get perfectly peeled eggs? Takes a couple at a time, People will try to sell about anything on tv!
 

kwhites634

Slow hands & an easy touch
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Right here; north-central MD
Speaking of canning & such....
We tried making some of my son's deer into breakfast sausage patties this year for the 1st time. Turned out pretty good, I guess, except for the size. Those of you who know me fairly well know I'm a bit of a perfectionist; I like things uniform & neat. Makes storing a lot easier.
Been looking for a sausage patty press, but haven't run across one yet. Already have one for hamburger, somewhere, but it's way too big for sausage patties. I could use an upside-down Mason jar, I guess, but a press would suit me better.

Any ideas?
 

mixedUPturk

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That would be great! Even better if you could help me peel 'em!
Yes ma'am! Just common over!

Sending great hatching vibes to all who want them :jumpy :jumpy :jumpy :jumpy
Thanks! I get to candle today :fl :fl :fl

Seen the tv ad for the egg peeler deal that you just shake & get perfectly peeled eggs? Takes a couple at a time, People will try to sell about anything on tv!
Yes sir! I watched a you tube vid of like 5 of those products debunked, maybe in another decade.

Sorry sir, no ideas on a sausage press from me.
 

WVduckchick

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Happy Friday Pond Peeeples.
I don’t like picked eggs, pigs feet or any of that crap. I’m super finicky too. If it stinks, I won’t eat it.

@kwhites634 how about pressing the patties into a large muffin pan? Maybe line it with plastic wrap to pull them out, or stick the pan in the freezer for a few minutes and pop them out.

Speaking of hatching, I think I’ll gather this weeks call duck eggs, and some cream legbar eggs to set. 3 of my cream legbar hens are running with a different CL rooster, plus a couple of splash bantam cochin roosters. I think I’ll have to try some of their eggs too, just to see if the cochins can/have fertilized them. :D
 

Pyxis

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Speaking of hatching, I think I’ll gather this weeks call duck eggs, and some cream legbar eggs to set. 3 of my cream legbar hens are running with a different CL rooster, plus a couple of splash bantam cochin roosters. I think I’ll have to try some of their eggs too, just to see if the cochins can/have fertilized them. :D
Hatching bug is biting you too, huh? :p There's gonna be a February chick explosion on the Pond at this rate. I expect pictures from everyone!
 

perchie.girl

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Speaking of canning & such....
We tried making some of my son's deer into breakfast sausage patties this year for the 1st time. Turned out pretty good, I guess, except for the size. Those of you who know me fairly well know I'm a bit of a perfectionist; I like things uniform & neat. Makes storing a lot easier.
Been looking for a sausage patty press, but haven't run across one yet. Already have one for hamburger, somewhere, but it's way too big for sausage patties. I could use an upside-down Mason jar, I guess, but a press would suit me better.

Any ideas?
Amazon has them for a bout 8 bucks

patty press

deb
 

room onthebroom

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Speaking of canning & such....
We tried making some of my son's deer into breakfast sausage patties this year for the 1st time. Turned out pretty good, I guess, except for the size. Those of you who know me fairly well know I'm a bit of a perfectionist; I like things uniform & neat. Makes storing a lot easier.
Been looking for a sausage patty press, but haven't run across one yet. Already have one for hamburger, somewhere, but it's way too big for sausage patties. I could use an upside-down Mason jar, I guess, but a press would suit me better.

Any ideas?

I have no experience with this. Would a cookie cutter work?
 
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