Sausage making with the Wenninger Family 12-14-13
Photos by John Ehkle
A collection of the "Christmas Sausage" all coiled up in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. Members of the Wenninger family make the Christmas sausage. It is called Christmas sausage because of the red, green and white coloring while in its casing. The red and white coloring is from the meat and the green from a home-grown spice. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. Mary Beth McColgan of Sussex leans in close  to smell some of the german-style sausage while making sausage in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. <br/><br/> Mary Beth McColgan of Sussex seasons the german-style sausage with salt while making sausage in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. Jake Gehring of Hartford smiles as he turns over a group of german-style sausage in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. Links are pinched and twisted of german-style sausage in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives of the Wenninger family and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. German-style sausage links made by members of the Wenninger family in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage. Mary Ellen Wenninger of Hartford looks over a the scale to check an order of german-style sausage that was made by and her relatives in the town of Hartford on Saturday morning. The two day event includes close to 35 relatives and friends and they make close to 160 pounds of sausage.
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