Ham and Roast Beef

Queen City Sausage boneless hams are smoked in real hickory wood chips; the roast beef is a premium cut roasted slowly for optimum flavor.

OLD FASHION HAM AND ROAST BEEF
Item name Item Number Packs per Case Package Size Packages Price Per Package Cases Price Per Case
OLD FASHION HALF SMOKED HAM (BONELESS, ROLLED, TIED) 3400 3 / 112oz $ 45.50 $ 136.50
OLD FASHION ROAST BEEF (SEASONED AND COOKED LIKE MOM DOES) 5015 2 / 132oz $ 60.31 $ 120.62

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* Holiday Only

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Goetta and Chub Items

Crispy creamy Queen City Sausage Goetta is a Cincinnati classic, the taste of tradition throughout the year.  Our seasonal party chubs are made from October to February, Chubs including Party German Leona , Party Braunschweiger and Hot Bologna are seasonal favorites marking the holidays and football season. 

GOETTA, CHUB, AND RING ITEMS
Item name Item Number Packs per Case Package Size Packages Price Per Package Cases Price Per Case
WHOLE BRICK GOETTA 5140 4 / 82oz $ 35.00 $ 140.00
GOETTA (RING) 12 OZ. * 1335 12 / 12oz $ 3.375 $ 40.50
BOLOGNA (RING) 12 OZ. 1310 12 / 12oz $ 3.375 $ 40.50
LIVER PUDDING 12 OZ. * 1325 12 / 12oz $ 3.375 $ 40.50
GOETTA DAWG 1339 12 / 16oz $ 5.00 $ 60.00
GOETTA SLICES 1342 8 / 18oz $ 5.00 $ 40.00

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* Available September - February

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Grill Tips

1.pngParboil with beer

In a pot placed directly on the grill, add your favorite beer and Queen City sausages.  Before they even touch the grates of the grill, allow the sausages to simmer in the beer for about 5 minutes.


2.pngCook Slowly

Once the grill has warmed to a medium-low temperature, and the sausages have been heated throughout, remove them from the beer and place them right on the grill.  Cook each link slowly over low heat to preserve its juices and optimize flavor.  High heat leads to burnt casings, overcooked sausages, and flame flare-ups; grill slowly and carefully.


3.pngUse tongs

Forks pierce sausage casings and allow juices to escape.  Avoid flare-ups and dry sausages by turning them often with tongs.


Note: More cooking time may be necessary when cooking raw sausages.


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