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Foodbme

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Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Wed, 05/30/12 5:26 AM (permalink)
Seems like I'm hearing more & more about Speciality Sausage Restaurants opening up with non-traditional sausages on the menus like Wild Boar, Rabbit, Rattlesnake, Salmon, Vegan, Organic etc, etc. in addition to the standards like Brats & Italian, Polish etc. they're generally including Craft Beers in with them.
We have several in the Phoenix area including one opening in June. Brat Haus in Scottsdale, AZ.
http://www.brathausaz.com/
This might be the next hot food trend in B&M's and Food Trucks
Tell us about any opening in your area and what they're all about.
 
 
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    FriedClamFanatic

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    Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Wed, 05/30/12 11:42 PM (permalink)
    No paricular specialty restaurant, but in SE Mass and a few other choice locations around the US that have a Portuguese population, find a place offering a Linguica sandwich.....toppings optional but by far one of the tastiest sausages there is. Garlicky, not spicy.  (some places may even have the spicier
    Chourico that is NOT the cousin to Chorizo.and a fiery treat it is!)
     
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      MetroplexJim

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      Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 9:36 AM (permalink)
      I'd like to see a Brathaus ( http://www.brathausaz.com/ ) come to the Big D!
       
      Their Belgian Fries make my mouth water from 1,200 miles away.  Though, I am a little disappointed that they do not offer Sauce Bernaise as one of their "dips".
       
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        Michael Hoffman

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        Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 11:25 AM (permalink)
        I'd love to have one around here. Come to think of it, perhaps we should visit my daughter in Scottsdale.
         
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          brisketboy

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          Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 11:34 AM (permalink)
          I agree Michael, I would love one here in Austin. You get tired of the Elgin hot sausage the medeocre Earl Campbell and Southside markets rather bland fare. What happened to all the "good" sausage made by the German and Chezk butchers. Oh I know, the were bought out by the large chains and now all you get is what HEB wants to sell you. Used to get mail order kielbasi from the Polish sausage company in Detroit but that got real expensive.
           
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            Foodbme

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            Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 4:20 PM (permalink)
            Michael Hoffman

            I'd love to have one around here. Come to think of it, perhaps we should visit my daughter in Scottsdale.

            When you do come out, please get in touch. I'd like to meet you and Leechef!
            The Brathaus is in the building that housed the Original Oregano's Pizza in Oldtown Scottsdale.
            Oregano's Pizza moved up the street to larger facilities.
             
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              Foodbme

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              Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 4:30 PM (permalink)
              brisketboy

              I agree Michael, I would love one here in Austin. You get tired of the Elgin hot sausage the medeocre Earl Campbell and Southside markets rather bland fare. What happened to all the "good" sausage made by the German and Chezk butchers. Oh I know, the were bought out by the large chains and now all you get is what HEB wants to sell you. Used to get mail order kielbasi from the Polish sausage company in Detroit but that got real expensive.

              Suggest you PM scrumptiouschef. He seems to have a handle on all the Sausagemakers in TX.
              Here's a place in New Braunfels that has German covered:
              http://www.nbsmokehouse.com/Item/Browse?cat=s25
              When all else fails, you can always make your own! Here's where you can get everything you need to set up shop:
              http://www.sausagemaker.com/
               
               
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                Michael Hoffman

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                Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 4:33 PM (permalink)
                Foodbme, if we ever do get back there it sure won't be when the temperature in the daughter's back yard hovers around 114.
                 
                 
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                  Foodbme

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                  Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 4:45 PM (permalink)
                  Michael Hoffman

                  Foodbme, if we ever do get back there it sure won't be when the temperature in the daughter's back yard hovers around 114.
                   

                  Whatsamatta????
                  Don't you believe the Chamber of Commerce line---"Yea, but it's a dry heat!" "C'mon out and bring money!"
                  We're now in the Monsoon Season. Dust Storms, Thunderstorms & Downbursts, Flash Flooding and High Humidity.
                  The C of C spin on it is "We Needed the Rain"!
                   
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                    Michael Hoffman

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                    Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Tue, 07/17/12 7:57 PM (permalink)
                    I spoke with my daughter last night. Yes, the rain is nice. But it's still so hot the water in her pool keeps the family out.
                     
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                      Foodbme

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                      Re:Coming to a Town Near You- Sausage Restaurants Wed, 07/18/12 3:43 AM (permalink)
                      Michael Hoffman


                      I spoke with my daughter last night. Yes, the rain is nice. But it's still so hot the water in her pool keeps the family out.

                      My pool is 5' deep. 15,000 gals - Water Temp???  93 degrees today!
                       
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