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stryder1587 Mar 25, 2013 08:08 AM

I'm thinking of making sausage and egg mcmuffin style breakfast sandwhiches to take to work. Which ones tastes the best and where can I buy them? TIA

  1. ingloriouseater Mar 27, 2013 07:30 AM

    schneiders is available at metro in the frozen food section. they shrink quite a bit (lots of fat) but give you the really porky breakast sausage flavor. they are usually kept near the cavendish (sp?) potato patties...i'm surprised they don't put english muffins there too!

    1. mariecollins Mar 27, 2013 07:00 AM

      Royal beef at Danforth and Woodbine has sausage patties.

      1. Kagemusha Mar 25, 2013 02:52 PM

        I use an old 3" muffin ring for shape and pack 'em with a 1/2" or so of whatever sausage mix you fancy. Pop 'em out, separate with waxed paper or plastic wrap, freeze. Done.

        I find the Johnsonville patties to be pricey and way too sweet--my kid inhales them, though, and usually rejects the
        spicier, weird flavored mixes I concoct. Still, they're especially good with pancakes.

        Think all we're saying is that DIY is quick, easy, and provides scope for huge fun.

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          ylsf Mar 27, 2013 07:32 AM

          good tip with the muffin pan.

        2. GoodGravy Mar 25, 2013 01:58 PM

          I do what Davwud does. Making your own is easy and you can experiment.

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          1. re: GoodGravy
            The Professor Mar 25, 2013 04:16 PM

            +1 Make your own...it's SO easy. I always have some in the freezer

            All you need is ground (or chopped) pork, salt, pepper, a small dash of white or brown sugar, and some dried sage (or even better, some Bell's turkey seasoning).
            If you want a softer texture, add a very small amount of matzo meal. If you want to duplicate the taste of most store bought sausage, add a tiny bit of MSG.

            1. re: The Professor
              Davwud Mar 25, 2013 04:56 PM

              Salt, pepper and garlic are really all you need. They're quite tasty.

              DT

          2. Davwud Mar 25, 2013 09:13 AM

            You'd probably be better off with ground pork and making your own.
            I have a copy cat recipe for Jimmy Dean style breakfast sausage. Which, BTW, are available in patty form at some (if not all) Longo's.

            DT

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            1. re: Davwud
              jayt90 Mar 25, 2013 10:55 AM

              There is also Johnsonville sausage patties at Metro.

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