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Where To Buy Applegate Sausage


Microwave: Place sausages on a paper towel on a microwave-safe plate. Do not cover. Set microwave to medium heat (high heat toughens sausage). Heat as follows: 2 sausages: 1-1/2 min; 4 sausages: 2-1/2 min; 6 sausages: 3 min; 10 sausages: 4 min.




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They can be part of a simple and humble meal, a campfire staple and even an ingredient in home-cooked favorites like macaroni and cheese. No matter how you like your hot dogs, there's no denying that they have been become an iconic American food. Sometimes referred to as franks, the term hot dogs can describe just about any type of sausage and bun combination. Why franks? The name refers to Frankfurt, Germany, home of the original pork sausages. Coney Island hot dogs appeared in the late 1870s, when they were imported from Germany.


If you want to mix things up, consider adding a few different flavors of sausage to the menu. Sam's Club offers delicious Italian sausages as well as classic Bratwurst sausages. Both types may be served in the same way as hot dogs, topped with onions, mustard and other condiments. Or, they may be used in recipes such as sausage and peppers or Bratwurst cooked in beer.


A cooked, all-natural (minimally processed, no artificial ingredients) Italian sausage is made with 100% ground pork seasoned with a special blend of spices, including fennel and garlic for a mild finish. Coarse ground for a crumbly bite.


Applegate Farms is tapping into a number of popular trends with these new sausage products. Besides the intriguing flavor combinations and the grassfed certification, Applegate is hoping that emphasizing its contribution to more sustainable agricultural practices will bring in consumers. Today's shoppers care more about sustainable business practices, so Applegate's new launch could pay off.


There is heavy competition in the regenerative agriculture market, so Applegate will likely need to distinguish these new products while delivering on taste and price. Other brands that use regenerative agriculture include White Oak Pastures, Epic Provisions, Organic Valley and General Mills' Annie's brand. While most of these aren't direct competitors for Applegate's sausages, it's likely that more will be coming soon.


Applegate farms got its start about 25 years ago, when founder Stephen McDonnell purchased Jugtown Smokehouse, a business specializing in nitrite-free bacon, and expanded it out. His goal was to produce meat products with ingredients that were not only easy to pronounce but also tasted good. Today, about 1,000 farms supply humanely-raised, antibiotic- and hormone-free meat to the company, which distributes their cold cuts, hot dogs, sausages, bacon, chicken (grilled and nuggets), cheese, burgers, and pot pies all across the country.


So while your Applegate Farms sausage might be nitrate-free and lower in fat than the competition, that doesn't mean that every item they produce is super-healthy for you, either. Before you stock up, have a look at our list of 10 of their unhealthier offerings. While none are outrageously bad for you, most are ones you'll most likely not want to eat every day.


You can find fully cooked chicken-apple sausage at most groceries and natural food stores; Applegate Farms makes a great link. You can also experiment with the cheese on this dish; a raw-milk Monterey Jack works well, but so could a gruyère, a smoked gouda or any of the Dutch cheeses that melt well. This dish has no additional seasoning; the sausage adds all the necessary salt and usually other herbs and spices as well. From Susan Clotfelter, serves 4. 041b061a72


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