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    9 hours ago, rimfire4969 said:

    I would not touch **** sausages. I am very lucky and keep a few pigs and when slaughtered I have some sausages made from their meat and they are fabulous. 

    Best ever is a fry up is using sausage and bacon (home cured) from my pigs, eggs from our chickens, tomatoes from our garden and if I am lucky a mushroom or two that I have found when out with the dogs.

     

     

    sounds devine rimrire what time is brecky on Saturday :whistling:

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    Horrible stuff, a triumph of marketing.

     

    The best sausages I have had were the lincolnshires from petits in Grimsby, these days i tend to go for supermarket own brand but either finest or one down.

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    On 07/02/2018 at 19:14, E.w. said:

    That’s not what you told me, you said you misses loved your sausage 🐷

    yep EW lucky for me  shes got a soft spot for  mini chipolatas :)

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    On 08/02/2018 at 11:25, rimfire4969 said:

    I would not touch **** sausages. I am very lucky and keep a few pigs and when slaughtered I have some sausages made from their meat and they are fabulous. 

    Best ever is a fry up is using sausage and bacon (home cured) from my pigs, eggs from our chickens, tomatoes from our garden and if I am lucky a mushroom or two that I have found when out with the dogs.

     

     

    Living the dream, rimfire.

     

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    go back a few years and Richmond were a nice sausage but now they taste disgusting !!!

    I get some brilliant ones from Costco in a tray of 18 caramalised onion and pork nice and fat next to no fat comes out but there is enough fat content to make them nice and juicey when cooked

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    On 08/02/2018 at 11:25, rimfire4969 said:

    I would not touch **** sausages. I am very lucky and keep a few pigs and when slaughtered I have some sausages made from their meat and they are fabulous. 

    Best ever is a fry up is using sausage and bacon (home cured) from my pigs, eggs from our chickens, tomatoes from our garden and if I am lucky a mushroom or two that I have found when out with the dogs.

     

     

    If I lived closer I'd be asking for an invite,

    Sounds bloody lovely, 

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    When I used to live in London there was a family run butchers called kenedy's they only had two shops. No matter how much I bribed the butcher for the recipe he would never give it away! Sadly they are no longer but they were without doubt the best tasting sausages I have ever eaten! I used to drive from Somerset back up there just for those sausages! There Xmas puds were good too! 

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    hello, anyone on a visit to NEWBURY you will not go wrong with a look in Griffin family butchers shop, right by the bridge and a short walk from market place , thursdays and saturdays  

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    8 hours ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

    hello, anyone on a visit to NEWBURY you will not go wrong with a look in Griffin family butchers shop, right by the bridge and a short walk from market place , thursdays and saturdays  

    :good:

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    2 minutes ago, simonm said:

    :good:

    hello, i take it you know this shop simon m , not been in for a while but the make some lovely pies/sausages/faggots/bangers/ a proper butchers shop, :)

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    17 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

    hello, i take it you know this shop simon m , not been in for a while but the make some lovely pies/sausages/faggots/bangers/ a proper butchers shop, :)

    Yes I know it 😀 nice sausages also sells game. Reminds me of butchers when I was a kid 😀

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    On 2/3/2018 at 13:25, bruno22rf said:

    Richmond contain 42% Pork and cost around the £2 mark - same content as Sainsbury's at 80p/pack.

    Sainsburys cheapos are nicer than their best sausages imho,Morrisons on the other hand make great garage door rollers rubber meatless and tasteless in 1 go

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    On 03/02/2018 at 13:29, Benthejockey said:

    I think 42% meat means they can call them sausages rather than bangers which I think are 40% or less meat. We like making sausages, they’re not hard to make and it’s a bit of a laugh to make them with the wife 😂

    Good idea, what does she taste like?

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    I grew up quite close to Walls sausage factory and a couple of lads I knew did engineering apprenticeships there. The stories they told then have put me off eating sausages for life, and meat pies.  

    Edited by Vince Green

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