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This was pretty tasty although DH was a bit unsure about putting potatoes into a bun, so he ate his separately. I have to say I liked it in the bun! I made it as written except using all sweet Italian sausage, yukon gold pototoes, and a red and yellow pepper as that is what I had on hand. I'd definitely recommend using 1/2 hot Italian and 1/2 sweet Italian because I think it would add to the flavor. I will probably increase the amount of sausage to 1.5 lbs total next time. I may also try to add a bit of seasoned salt to the potatoes next time just to spice it up a bit. I was a bit worried because my potatoes weren't soft when they should have been per the recipe, but I just plowed on and added the other ingredients. Everything was done by the end of that 30 minute mark. This was a perfect recipe for a day that I was at home, but didn't have time to fuss over a meal. We'll definitely have this again! Thanks for sharing Alan!

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DeniseBC February 10, 2010
Boston Sausage Grinder (Or Submarine Sandwich)