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californyguy
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old time bar sausgaes - Sun, 11/7/10 6:54 PM
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I just can't find any of those old time pickeled bar sausages that used to sit on the bar next to a jar of pickeled eggs...every once in a while get a hankering for them,even tried making some to dismal results...would not want them evey day, but would be nice to try them again 

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Sun, 11/7/10 7:07 PM
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There are other threads on here on this subject. Suggest you use the SEARCH function to find info. See:
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?Do-you-use-canned-meat&m=618925&high=Penrose&mpage=2
 
Page 2 - Entry #59
If you search some more, use the keyword - Penrose
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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 10:58 AM
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I have been looking for those sausages as well.  I know I used to buy them at the supermarket but I haven't seen them in years.  Someone on here showed me this website.  They have them but with the cost of shipping they get fairly pricey.  I guess I will wait until my craving overcomes my reluctance to pay so much shipping.
http://www.pickledstore.com/

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 11:44 AM
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The ol' steak and eggs.......you can still find the sausages around here, I just make my own eggs.

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 1:59 PM
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ChrisOC


I have been looking for those sausages as well.  I know I used to buy them at the supermarket but I haven't seen them in years.  Someone on here showed me this website.  They have them but with the cost of shipping they get fairly pricey.  I guess I will wait until my craving overcomes my reluctance to pay so much shipping.
http://www.pickledstore.com/

You can also order through Amazon.com. Free shipping deals sometimes available.


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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 2:22 PM
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Californyguy: I hadn't thought of those sausages in years, and you're right, they're tasty.  I'm gonna have to look for them.

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 4:39 PM
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ChrisOC


I have been looking for those sausages as well.  I know I used to buy them at the supermarket but I haven't seen them in years.  Someone on here showed me this website.  They have them but with the cost of shipping they get fairly pricey.  I guess I will wait until my craving overcomes my reluctance to pay so much shipping.
http://www.pickledstore.com/

I see the Pickled Store also carries Pickled Pig Lips & Pig Knuckles as well as Pickled Hocks & Feet. Some of my all-time favorites!
Now, if I can only find Pickled Chicken Lips!

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 5:39 PM
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californyguy


I just can't find any of those old time pickeled bar sausages that used to sit on the bar next to a jar of pickeled eggs...every once in a while get a hankering for them,even tried making some to dismal results...would not want them evey day, but would be nice to try them again 

I didn't know Penrose, aka Conagra, is discontinuing Pickled sausage in the jars.  My jar is slowly disappearing.    ...  My suggestion is Make Your Own!    About 2 years ago, Bar-S sausage was on sell. I put these in pickled juice (abt 4 packs) and they were great, ...much better than Penrose. And, kept very well on the bar.
 
Search for recipes for Pickled Sausage or Pickled Eggs.   They are about the same. .. I used 50/50 water to vinegar (full strength vinegar, your option), with onion, garlic, 1 or 2 tsp hot pepper flakes, maybe a pepper pod or 2 for looks.  ... they will be ready to eat about 2 to 4 days.    ... experiment to your liking, but I find simple is the best.

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 5:42 PM
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Foodbme


ChrisOC


I have been looking for those sausages as well.  I know I used to buy them at the supermarket but I haven't seen them in years.  Someone on here showed me this website.  They have them but with the cost of shipping they get fairly pricey.  I guess I will wait until my craving overcomes my reluctance to pay so much shipping.
http://www.pickledstore.com/

I see the Pickled Store also carries Pickled Pig Lips & Pig Knuckles as well as Pickled Hocks & Feet. Some of my all-time favorites!
Now, if I can only find Pickled Chicken Lips!

 
More likely "chicken Peckers" ....

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 5:59 PM
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thanks all! that pickeled store looks great- from what I order form there and pork roll express in joisey will be all set for the winter (such as it is here)

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 6:11 PM
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edwmax


Foodbme


ChrisOC


I have been looking for those sausages as well.  I know I used to buy them at the supermarket but I haven't seen them in years.  Someone on here showed me this website.  They have them but with the cost of shipping they get fairly pricey.  I guess I will wait until my craving overcomes my reluctance to pay so much shipping.
http://www.pickledstore.com/

I see the Pickled Store also carries Pickled Pig Lips & Pig Knuckles as well as Pickled Hocks & Feet. Some of my all-time favorites!
Now, if I can only find Pickled Chicken Lips!


More likely "chicken Peckers" ....

Chickens have beaks--- Roosters have Peckers!


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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Mon, 11/8/10 6:23 PM
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   ... OK ...you got me ... I took the bait, hook line & sinker, and set you up for that comment .... hahah ...

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Re:old time bar sausgaes - Sat, 11/20/10 10:14 PM
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Look here:
http://www.pickledsausage.net/
http://www.jerkyjoe.com/category_Penrose.htm
Both sell mailorder !
 
I used to sell the sausages and eggs at my bar but the local
Oswego county health department copped a attitude because they were not kept refrigerated, packaged for single serve  etc. so I discontinued carrying them.
I bought mine from the potato chip guy...............
 
You could try your local sundrie *spl*  (candy, cig, paper) wholesaler.

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