SIXTY years after Lutz Peters came to the Bonegilla Migrant Centre with his family as a three-year-old, the master butcher will return to pass on his skills in sausage making.
On Saturday, March 16, Mr Peters will explain the finer details of sausage making and how easy it is to make your own snags.
“People can get involved themselves, we’ll have the ingredients there, the meat and spices,” Mr Peters said.
“Then we’ll go through the process.
“Once you know the basics you can make whatever sausages you want at home, you’re just limited by your imagination.”
Press play to meet Lutz Peters and find out interesting facts like how many sausages can be made using one sheep intestine.
Mr Peters went into partnership with his dad in 1974 in Urana Road at Lavington’s Peters and Son.
Earlier his dad, Paul, had started up four butchers on the Border, just months after arriving in Albury from Germany.
“He was a very ambitious man,” Mr Peters said.
“He survived the war as a German soldier and I don’t think he was ever frightened having survived that.
“At one stage he had four shops and this is the remaining one.”
The hands-on workshops are $40 and include lunch.
To book phone (02) 6022 9311 or visit thecubewodonga.com.au/tickets.