Back to the future, Sausage content
When we were primary school kids, my brother, sister and I, would spend our summer holidays out on our bikes on random rides which would always include a sausage sizzle. We’d pack a frying pan, tea leaves and milk in a jam jar.
I just did it again for the first time in nearly forty years. The sausages were just as delicious. It will feature on future rides.
Posted 5 years agogusamcMember
yuppie – we used to do bangers on a small branch and hold them over the fire – more skilled than you think, can also do marshmallows, spuds in silver foil in embers ditto nanas and smarties for afters, you can also do tins of beans in the embers and get really irate when they fall over and get ash in them,Posted 5 years agotrail_ratMember
Anyone recomend a good banger then ? Yet to have a good one from a supermarket
Our local butcher is terrible at them – despite being a master of the black puddin keeps adding random crap – needs to get the basic sausage right first imo. My old local did a good line in sausages of all kinds including a most excellent steak sausage! ( and no i dont mean just beef sausages)
Had some breakfast cumberlands over the holidays at a friends who shares my hatred of cheap sausages…. They were most excellent but her local butcher supplied them and thats no where near me.Posted 5 years agoNobeerinthefridgeSubscriber
Terry, next time you’re in Edinburgh, make sure and pay crombies a visit, in broughton street, brilliant links. My local butcher in prestwick makes lovely sausages, pork and garlic one is awesome. Beef links are also great, nice and peppery.
Lovely on a wee BBQ for a camping brekkie, in a brioche with Tom sauce.Posted 5 years ago
your fire looks like it’ll leave a right horrible mess behind.
Fear not, my boy scout training let the embers burn away, I doused what was left of them,then recovered the site with pine needles. No one would know I’d been there.
I’ve cursed at enough chavvy backwoods fire sites surrounded by litter and beer cans to fall foul of that criticism.Posted 5 years agogusamcMember
smiling, you’ve just reminded me of caramac apples, take one mum, small child, pan, knife and apples and a short stick. Melt chocolate, add extra holes to apple, fill holes and cover apple with caramac, bung stick in end, shout at child about getting burnt, wait for a while, mmmmmmmmmm. I was also allowed to tke jaffa cakes, turn them upside down, butter and strawberry jam.Posted 5 years agotrail_ratMember
“@trailrat. Sheridans in Ballater do a good selection of bangers. Their jumbo pork sausages are epic, as are the beef and black pudding.
*runs to the butcher for tonights tea* “
sounds like next weekends road ride is planned…. best fit the carradice – if i take the whisperlite will any of the sausages make it back to culter ?Posted 5 years agoourmaninthenorthSubscriber
I had sausages for dinner last night (and a pair of leftovers* cold with my lunch today). Deeeeeeelicious.
*Nothing of the sort. I bought more than we needed for dinner, just about managed to stop myself eating them last night and enjoyed every mouthful for lunch. All made by the butcher across the road from my house. Yum!Posted 5 years ago
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