Once again, I suspect that this writer is also sometimes known to kick his feet, throw food off the tray of his high chair, and scream "No, mommy!" at the top of his lungs. I also found a You Tube video under the title of "Ewwwwm, They Call That Food: Banner Sausage Commentary". I have no idea how three people as spoiled and uncultured as these can still consider themselves to be qualified to critique food. Actually, I just realized that the person frying the sausage in the You Tube video is wearing a South Carolina Gamecocks shirt. How could we expect anyone who isn't a Kentucky Wildcats supporter to know anything about food or basketball?"All I can say about Banner canned sausage is Oh. Dear. God. This is the worst canned food product I’ve ever tried, and I’ve tried canned corn beef hash. I’ve tried canned menudo. I’ve seen (but never tried) canned haggis. None of those things are as horrible as Banner canned sausage, which (guessing here) consists of 99.736% recycled fat, some wheat, and a homeopathic dose of …never mind, let me just go ahead and print the ingredients:"
I also found an online recipe which calls for bacon grease to be added to fry it in after it has been mixed with flour and an egg. Rest assured that Banner Brand Sausage does not ever need bacon grease or any other form of grease to be added. The partially defatted pork fatty tissue will guarantee you that it will never stick to your skillet.
I am certain that those of you who know and love Banner Brand Sausage have appreciated this post about one of our favorite foods. I am also certain that many of you who have never had it might have stopped in the middle of this post and run whimpering from the room. But if you have any sense of culinary adventure whatever, go to your local southern grocery store or the internet, buy a couple of cans and try Banner Brand Sausage. You will thank me for it after you wipe your mouth and rub your belly.