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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Thad Vogler's 2011 Food Find: Sausages

Posted By on Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 9:15 AM

SFoodie is calling up food types around the city to ask them about their favorite discovery of the past year, whether it's new or ancient, an ingredient or a person. We'll be running their responses through the end of the year.

click to enlarge Thad Vogler. - CRAIG LEE/ THE CHRONICLE
We all know Thad Vogler of Bar Agricole knows how to run a bar, but what does he like to eat? We asked him what his favorite food find of 2011 was and here's what he had to say.

"I've been obsessed with sausages this year."

Oh really, which ones?

"Those made by two chefs," Vogler continues. "Brandon at Bar Agricole and Russel Moore at Camino. Brandon made many great sausages this year; my favorite was some pork sausage with three kinds of fennel."

He adds, "Russ made several great ones too. My favorite was his boudin blanc. It's been like an incredible battle of the bands. Sausages on both sides of the Bay, made from beautiful whole animals by two really passionate chefs."

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