sausages

22 Stories That Remind Us Why We Love Sausage So, So Much

Grilled, crumbled, sandwiched, cured, you name it.
Jul 24, 2014 11:00 am

If you read Food Republic, you don't need 22 reasons to pick up a pack, reel or even case of sausages tonight. You don't even need one, because you love sausage and we do too. In honor of sizzling grills, all our favorite condiments and how truly magical it is to bite into a perfect dog in a squishy bun, squeeze a bunch of seasoned ground pork out of its casing into a smoking-hot pan or slice into a handmade salami, here is all our justification for what's for dinner tonight. 

20 Reasons To Pick Up Some Pork This Summer

Chops, tenderloins, ribs, T-bones and more!
Jul 22, 2014 1:00 pm

We declare pork the meat of the summer! The way it sizzles on the grill, pairs with delicious summer fruit, loves being brined and has the best most awesome belly in the world, yes it does, we could exalt the wonders of the pig. Browse through 20 of our favorite hot weather recipes featuring that juicy, juicy swine.

Sausage And Maple Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe

Sausage fans: a stuffed tomato is a happy tomato
Jul 8, 2014 3:30 pm
sausage stuffed tomatoes
Photo: Helene DuJardin

You can trust a cookbook from The Lodge Company as much as its beautifully seasoned and totally indestructible cast-iron cookware. This hefty book holds 200 Dutch oven, skillet and grill pan recipes from chefs across the country. Renew your dedication to the sturdiest pan in the kitchen with a few of these curated dishes, like these sweet and savory sausage and maple stuffed tomatoes.

25 Grill-Tastic Burger And Hot Dog Recipes, Right This Way...

Meaty recipes to fuel your entire holiday weekend
Jul 2, 2014 2:00 pm

While we realize it's easy to pick up a 24-pack of hot dogs and another large, but not equal number of buns because buns and hot dogs are never sold in the same quantity, ever. But, really, you should take some time to think about your game plan for the summer grillout. These recipes, from a footlong kimchi dog to a proven recipe for the beloved Seattle-style dog (that would be a Polish sausage with white onions, jalapeños and cream cheese) to something special from chef Jose Andres, are anything but ordinary. Really, we got you.

Grilled Asian Greens Recipe With (Or Without) Sausage

Smoky greens glazed in a soy-miso sauce
Jun 3, 2014 12:00 pm

We're crazy about the food at East Village bistro North River. Chef Adam Starowicz constructed an all-American menu starring New York's local bounty of protein and produce. Don't miss our latest favorite dish on the menu: grilled greens with a sweet soy-miso glaze and hearty chunks of homemade Asian sausage.

7 Commandments For Grilling A Perfect Sausage

Tubesteak wisdom from Belcampo Meat Co.
May 27, 2014 1:30 pm

It pains me deeply to admit I don't have a clue how to properly grill a sausage. My method can be described as elementary at best – fire up the grill, score the sausage, grease the grates, throw on the sausage, wait for char. That's it. Is it effective? Sure, if you like overcooked/burned tubesteaks. To up my sausage-grilling knowledge, I needed an expert, so I hit downtown Los Angeles for some sage wisdom.

5 Los Angeles Chefs Pay Tribute To Danger Dogs. Wrapped In Bacon. Mildly Sketchy.

Iconic late-night dogs get a makeover
May 20, 2014 1:00 pm

You're drunk, broke and hungry. What do you do? If you're in Los Angeles, you buy a Danger Dog, a gift from the Drunk Gods: a bacon-wrapped hot dog griddled on a makeshift grill along with sizzling onions, peppers and jalapeños with condiment bottles sitting nearby, just waiting for you to utter the words “with the works." 5 of our favorite LA weigh in on the city's iconic street food and spin their own versions after the jump.

Footlong Kimchi Hot Dog Recipe

This kimchi dog has a few inches on the competition
Apr 8, 2014 1:00 pm
footlong kimchi dog photo
Photo: Morgan Ione

When it comes to hot dogs, kimchi is the new sauerkraut. No offense to the classic shredded fermented cabbage, but kimchi is spicy and colorful in addition to being a perfect acidic component to a nice fatty dog, so kimchi wins. Need a little extra crunch? Nori flakes and wasabi peas are there to help. Why the footlong? Glad you asked. Answers, after the jump. 

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