Saiff's modern version of the traditional New England Clambake includes a 11/4-pound steamed lobster, steamers, PEI (Prince Edward Island) mussels, fingerling potatoes, baby carrots, fennel, linguisa
and an ear of corn served with a broth of Peak Organic IPA.
Flavors include Classic American, Northern Italian, Medium Hot Italian, Sicilian Fennel, German Bratwurst, Mexican Chorizo, Portuguese Linguisa
and Polish Kielbasa.
In this way, Colosimo's began to offer Bratwurst, Chorizo, Linguisa
and other specialty sausages.
All those attitudes were on display when Stuart Alexander, proprietor of the Santos Linguisa
Sausage Factory in San Leandro, California, closed his plant rather than comply with new cooking-temperature and record-keeping rules that went into effect at the beginning of 2000 (Chapman, 2004; Lickteig, 2000; Marshall, Jokelson, Holbrook, & McMillan, 2000).
12 ounces linguisa
(Portuguese), firm chorizo, or other cooked sausages 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 onion (8 oz.
Department of Agriculture (USDA), and Bill Shaline, of the California Department of Agriculture, were conducting a surprise inspection at the Santos Linguisa
Sausage Factory in San Leandro when owner Stuart Alexander became confrontational.
8 ounces linguisa
(Portuguese) or kielbasa (Polish) sausages
Cut 1 1/2 pounds linguisa
(Portuguese sausages) diagonally into 1/4-inch-thick slices.
1 pound linguisa
(Portuguese) or kielbasa (Polish) sausages Olive oil (optional)
1/2 pound cooked linguisa
(Portuguese) sausage, cut into 1/4-inch slices
Grilled Sausages such as Chorizo, Linguisa
, or Italian