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The Detroit Egg debut tasting party

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  • I want one of these in my mouth.

    Yeah, I said it.
  • That's interesting sounding enough that I'd just have to try it. Just a heads up on releasing the recipe under the CCL, though...I don't think it matters:
    http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl122.html
    http://store.inventorprise.com/content_articles.php?id=1049
    I mean, it's a great idea, but I don't think there's any way to legally hold them to giving him credit. It'd mostly be them doing it because they're cool.
  • OMG how fun! Looks like a great time. I know Ye Olde Saloon in RO serves a Scotch egg but I don't have the guts to eat it!! Hope you all had fun!
  • I've got to fire up Pinterest and pin this egg. I love the creativity and appreciate the extreme-local focus on Michigan-made products. Way to go, Norm! I hope to try it sometime soon in a local Detroit pub, even though I'm not a fan of eggs. I will try it since it's an egg wrapped in lots of other stuff I like.
  • That's interesting sounding enough that I'd just have to try it. Just a heads up on releasing the recipe under the CCL, though...I don't think it matters:
    http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl122.html
    http://store.inventorprise.com/content_articles.php?id=1049
    I mean, it's a great idea, but I don't think there's any way to legally hold them to giving him credit. It'd mostly be them doing it because they're cool.
    Thanks for your concern. I was able to discuss this with a patent and copyright lawyer. Basically, it's not the recipe that is licensed, it's the name. What the license states is that if a restaurant wants to use the name "Detroit Egg" it cannot be modified from the original recipe, and they have to give me attribution. If someone wanted to be a jerk, they could serve it under a different name, but even if they did, it's still going to help in my quest to spread this idea around the region.
  • Coolness :)

    I'm gonna have to make sure I try one of these if I make it up to Detroit.
  • Meijer sausage? How about Dearborn, Kowalski, Koegel, Markowycz's or any homemade Polish in Hamtramck, any of the homemade chorizo from a Springwells mercado.
  • Those are all good, I actually will probably be getting my sausage from Eastern Market from now on.
  • @spoonyfork Surprisingly, I'll defend the use of Meijer sausage. It's outstanding, and it doesn't contain MSG. Nearly every other sausage I look at in stores has it.
  • @Lincoln Dearborn does not use MSG. However, they also don't sell loose sausage, so it seems like a waste of time to have to take it out of the casing.
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