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i was reading on here one day and seen the chicken with maraschino cherries so i tried them the other day and they are really good any ideas on how to get ppl to try them?



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 Are able to set up a small demo table close to your meat case ? demo them.

you might be able to get your wife some part time work like I use to ( wink ) I use to do stuff like this and get the company to pay my wife to do it for 4 hours a day on week ends



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yeah the problem is 1 i dont have a wife 2 i really dont think my girl friend would like that job and 3 my boss is one cheap mother !$%^

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what about doing up a small batch, and passing them out yourself as you go out front'

If you don't get rid of them, you got your dinner ready ( wink )



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yeah i made a batch and as ppl i knew i told them to try this and ill mark it down and sold them all had about 20 packs

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Use breast meat, demo it and merchandise it as a 'Low-fat' alternative to your pork based sausage. Think about full margin.


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bigdawgjesse, you doing good with pasting them out even if you have to do it your self, remember, WORD OF MOUTH is best



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Ok! Chicken brats??? What do you use and how do you make them??? I'm eager to try these bad boys. I;m going to try smoking a fatty tomorrow at work.

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Hey squirrel! When I make them for myself I throw white and dark meat with the skin in the mix. I make a chicken chipotle, spinach feta, hot italian and a sweet italian. Artichoke and roasted red pepper is really good as well. Had a hard time selling them though. When we make them at the store we only use breast meat. Too dry for me. But health minded customers buy the heck out of them.

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I believe I am the one that originally posted the chicken brats with cherries....when I did a demo in them I couldn't keep up with the demo lady and I had an automatic stuffer!!! Use bnls thigh meat...breast meat makes it too dry!! Push the use of making out of chicken that alone will sell to the health minded people!!! they don't need to know exactly what part of the chicken was used!!!!

Good luck with it....I was a huge sucess when I did it...wish I could do it now, but no stuffer in store :(

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make chicken bratwurst....use canned marchino cherries (juice & all) for about 25lbs it will take 2 cans of cherries!!

good luck they are awesome!!  I am the original poster of that recipe!!

invented them about 10 years ago....they kicked butt in my store



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irish squirrel wrote:

Ok! Chicken brats??? What do you use and how do you make them??? I'm eager to try these bad boys. I;m going to try smoking a fatty tomorrow at work.


 irish squirrel when I do chicken sausage I do 60% boneless shinless thigh meat and 40% boneless skinless breast meat

 

after that seasoning chicken sausage is just like pork sausage



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