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Green Bay Packers Horse Collar Kielbasa Review

Lambeau Field Horsecollar

Green Bay Packers Selling Horse Collar Kielbasa: This isn’t just any ordinary kielbasa, it’s 22 inches long! If you are planning on catching a game at Lambeau Field this season you may want to try out this monster.

The 22-inch-long house-made kielbasa, called the ‘Horse Collar’ sells for $20 and is served on a freshly baked hoagie roll that is shaped like a horseshoe. It comes smothered with beer cheese sauce and fried sauerkraut.

Yesterday we set out on a quest to find someone who would be traveling to Green Bay to catch a game at Lambeau. As luck would have it our friend Lori Moore Dezern was in GB for the game last night and was more than happy to review the Horse Collar for us.

Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field

So what did Lori think? “It’s awesome! 6 of us tried it and LOVED it. A little messy but was expecting it to be worse.” We ask Lori if she would order it again and she said, definitely. She also added that the horse collar could be a full meal for 2-3 people.

I have never been to Lambeau and a part of me wants to go just to try this. Let us know if you have tried it yet and what you thought in the comments below.

Thanks Lori for all the pics and reviewing the Horse Collar for Weve Tried It!

2 Comments Published

written on 23 August 2014 - Reply

That looks awesome

written on 13 September 2014 - Reply

the horse collar looked so good……….i had to make it for myself……..homemade from scratch bread for the base…………slit and filled with butter……imbedded kielbasa in slitted/buttered horse collar base……………baked until golden brown…………saute’d onions in butter/olive oil mixture then added sauerkraut and fried sauerkraut with onions…………..made bier cheese with extra sharp cheddar and oatmeal stout bier for robust flavor…………..gotta say……………that horse collar definitely does not get a yellow flag

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