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Flax Garvy chined the spring pig and dumped the bloody chine aboard the grinder. He buried the ground chine in a salted barrel for nearly three months and dug it up in time for 4th of July. Careful, not to waste any of the salt-aged chine, he loaded the sausage stuffer and affixed casing to the extrusion hole. A few cranks and the ground pork chine pooped into the casing. And that was how the Summer Sausage got its chine.

Date Written: September 19, 2003
Author: Ewan Snow
Average Vote: 2.5

09/19/2003 anonymous (5):
09/19/2003 Will Disney (4): that's good. that was tasty. here's a related story on how summer sausage got its name.
01/28/2004 annebot (1): What's more interesting is my tale of a game called "hide the sausage"