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Well it happened again. Last weekend some friends came over and I went and got your Garlic, Herb and Tomato sausage. A great felling of ambrosia came over us when we eat it. Although the sausage was cooked I browned it more in a skillet. While it was cooking I poked small holes up and down the sausage. I saw the juices flow out. I had made pepper and onions cooked in olive oil to serve with them. Some put it in a roll, I put the onions and pepper on top cut it slices and eat it slowly. The flavor was mild. Even though I browned them and poked holes in them, I thought that they might dry out. Just the opposite happened. They where moist right to the end. Everyone complimented on the appealing taste, flavor and the texture. I a sure that next day my friends went to Harvey's to get some. I am looking forward to the next time the tasty savory sausage meal is served.
Valdosta, GA

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Mini Sampler $34.00

Don't want to commit to a whole box of our savory sausages? This sampler lets you pick and choose among our varieties. Then on your next order you can get 10 or 15 lbs of your favorite! Pick what you want so that the total is 5 packages.

Premium Sausage Sampler $49.05

Try all our great flavors with the Sunset Farm Brand Premium Sausage Sampler! You get a little of everything.


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Back in 1918, Walter W. Carroll started selling two sides of beef a week to Flashers Meat Market on Ashley St. in Valdosta, Georgia.

In 1932, his son, James D. Carroll, joined him in the business. That same year they purchased the land where the company sits today.