Does this not look like a Rube Goldberg invention?
It is a sausage making machine.
It is more than one hundred years old and belonged to The Good Husband’s grandfather.
More than one hundred years ago in Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario it made good German sausages.
We ran our restaurant kitchen at Roxy’s Bistro in the classic French manner. NOTHING was wasted. When this monster of mechanical genius showed up in the kitchen we were happy cooks. Scraps of veal became veal and fennel sausage, ends of pork tenderloin morphed into fat, juice spicy sausages and other house made sausages became a favorite menu item.
Our son-in-law Michael has spent a great deal of time in South Africa. We made these south African Sausages , or Boerewors, especially for him. There are many recipes for this type of sausage, and according to our expert sausage eater Michael – this recipe is spot on. Click on SOUTH AFRICAN SAUSAGE, BOEREWORS for the recipe. If you don’t have a sausage machine attachment for your Kitchen Aid Standing Mixer, you can make the mixture into patties of meat and saute or grill them.