Hunters’ sausage

In old Poland game was the food of aristocracy and rich bourgeoisie, being the symbol of luxury and wealth.
Hunters’ sausage was often used by hunters as dry provisions. Durability resulting from part-drying made this sausage last a long time. Its relatively short sticks, fitting into a hunting bag perfectly, made it even more handy.

The sausage is made from lean pork and beef in natural pork casings. It is seasoned with garlic and mustard. As it is smoked and half-dried for a long time, it is a semi-hard sausage. It does not have to be kept in a refrigerator.

It tastes great both warm and cold, especially with fresh bread and butter. It is also tasty when grilled, for example soaked with beer.
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