Guide by Jenn de la Vega, @Randwiches
The pork sausages in your Fall share are from Stryker Farm in Pennsylvania. You've got a coil of sweet and another of spicy. In England, there is a similar ring called a Cumberland sausage.
How to store pork sausages:
How to cook pork sausage coils:
Swirls of sausage cook differently from links. They're bigger and they'll take longer to cook. If you'll be grilling them or cooking over a campfire, secure the coil with two wooden skewers that have soaked in water overnight. Cross them at a 90-degree angle to make an X shape. Remember to keep it low and slow, avoid flare-ups.
Here's how to braise it:
How to serve sausage coils:
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