The Octave of Romano’s Market: Wednesday Sausage Making.

Wednesday at Romano’s Market was always a busy day at the place, not so much in terms of volume but in terms of labor insensitivity for the place.

Because Wednesday is the day the sausage was made.

That meant cutting up many many pounds of pork butts seasoning them based on the type of sausage being made and then grinding it up and making the sausage.

This was a lot of work particularly when you consider how much sausage was being made and what types. And if it sold very well then on Thursday they would start the process all over again.

With only one week to go the there will not be so many choices, this week, sweet sausage, hot sausage , Kielbasa hopefully and some breakfast sausage, but either way this is going to be the last chance to get this homemade sausage that Glenn Reynolds game an exemption to when talking about journalism and sausages.

Since I don’t eat meat on Wednesdays I usually didn’t go down except to buy stuff for the next day, sausage included.

After this week I think I’ll stick with Bacon and Ham for breakfast.

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