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06-29-2006 12:23 PM
GregD Hi guys,

Thanks for the info on the sausages, looking forward to getting some.

So far I have found a few different varietes, But not that particular combination of ingrediants.

06-29-2006 07:05 AM
juro Hi Greg -

I get them at Costco as mentioned above.

Also there are smaller packages at grocery stores, different varieties. JimW brought some to boneclave that were amazing, might drop him a line.
06-28-2006 04:05 PM
chromer since we have no sausage sponsors I think I can post this

located in Seattle and you can get them at costco I think
06-28-2006 02:15 PM
Where can I get some of these??


I've been trying to locate those chicken, tomato, basil and mozzarella sausages mentioned above, but no luck. They sound delicious...

Is there a particular store and brand or are these hand made?

I can't find them at the two stores I have looked in. Where can I get some?

05-16-2006 05:42 PM
Guilt-free Grilling

I have to thank JimW for this one...

Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella white meat chicken sausages on the grill! What a treat, all natural ingredients and look at these stats:

130 cal
8g fat of which
2g sat
0g trans
cholesterol 60mg*
sodium 670mg*
carbs 1g
protein 18g

per jumbo sausage

there's some cholesterol and sodium in there for folks who need to watch that, but with a good fiber-rich diet and watching the sodium in general it sure beats alternatives we normally consume from the grill

Better yet opt for a chicken breast or salmon filet in a grill basket with some grilled veggies and slice the chicken sausages as appetizers to share while they cook.

Kabobs make less meats seem like more and bring the veggies into the equation; most importantly they don't need a BUN!

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