Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Portuguese Brand Sausage

Good stuff.

Despite its name, Portuguese Brand Sausage is made in Hawaii. It is also on the menu of many of the local restaurants, but don't get it in the restaurant. They'll only serve you three or four little slices. Go to the grocery store and pay about a $1.25 for a 5 ounce chub.

Portuguese Brand Sausage comes fully cooked with spicy ratings from mild, to medium, to hot. I buy the hot sausage because I have found that Hawaiian spices are much more mild then Mexican spices -- however, that doesn't mean their foods lack flavor or savor.

I have eaten Portuguese Brand Sausage just plain pan fried, diced in an omlet, diced into a yummy breakfast casserole, and as the carne in Chili con. All of the dishes were made extraordinary by this delicious sausage.

Try it. If you can't find any in your local supermarket pop on over to Hawaii and check the meat counter in most any store. It's certain to be on the shelf.

Btw -- this is NOT paid advertizing.



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