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Old December 11th, 2009, 09:36 PM
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The irony of it all is that my current stash is going to expire on Dec. 15, 2009. I was planning to open a cup of Easy Mac and then add today's can to that but it turns out all of the Easy Mac that I purchased in Summer or early Fall expired in October.
No worries, helen. Eat up! I rarely pay attention to expiration dates; I pay attention to my nose. If it is rancid or bad, you will know.

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saute chopped garlic & onion; add sliced vienna sausage & cook til it's close to your level of done. add chopped tomatoes & douse w/patis. you may add scrambled eggs to this if you want & cook til eggs to your liking or you can just work w/the vienna sausage sans eggs. either way, pile upon rice (add ketchup, tabasco, shoyu, whatever) & be happy that your tummy will shortly be satisfied.

the tomato, onion, garlic & patis treatment is called sarciado, if i'm not mistaken.

i also do vienna sausage kim chee stir fry.
sounds good! I have never tried cooking with viennas!

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We used to stuff the vienna sausage into those round kamaboko with the hole in the middle, slice it up and eat it as pupu. Ono you know!
I need to find that kamaboko.

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I think Vienna Sausage is perfect as emergency food. Always keep a bunch of cans handy. When I do eat them, I usually just add shoyu and sugar (or Mirin). I also like them sliced in scrambled eggs, served over rice, with shoyu.

Yum! Sorry, TG, I am a great fan of canned meats. The only one I don't like is corned beef. (Oh, and low-sodium Spam and viennas, and the turkey version; another thread altogether.)
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Old December 11th, 2009, 09:46 PM
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I hated VS as a child, and haven't had it since my early 20s. But, all this talk makes me want to buy a can and try it again.
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Old December 11th, 2009, 10:20 PM
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I need to find that kamaboko.
It looks like this and can be found in most markets with the other kamaboko. It's called Chikuwa.



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Old December 12th, 2009, 12:12 AM
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the irony with chicken vienna sausage, like the chicken version of kalua pork, is that the chicken iteration is higher in fat than the original, btw.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 12:48 AM
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Anyone tried it with ogo bought from downtown?
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Old December 14th, 2009, 12:51 AM
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Anyone tried it with ogo bought from downtown?
The preservatives from the Vi-eenas would do battle with any nasty ogo attackers and protect those who love the sausages!!

heheheh

BTW, thanks, D'Alani, I will look for it!

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Old December 14th, 2009, 07:45 PM
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What do I do? Leave them on the shelf and keep on walking. Ew! However...Gerber's graduates has Turkey and Chicken sticks that are a lot like Vienna Sausages without all the gross fat. Just rinse them off after opening and mmm. Much better for you! And they taste better too.
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Sometimes I will add a can of Vienna Sausage (as in just the sausages and not the water or the can itself) to a pot of either Hormel's chili or Dinty Moore's Beef Stew.
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Reading through this old thread was really fun.
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