Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Bangers

Sometimes words are not enough

22 comments:

  1. I hope those are cooked !

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  2. Close-ups would be very misleading. And, yes, words are pointless here.

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  3. One word comes to mind. Trichinosis.........

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  4. Technique is everything, or so I'm told.

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  5. This famous white sausage eating contest happened in Munich in 1952. The winner was the fellow second from the left. He managed fifteen sausages in one minute and forty five seconds.

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  6. My second thought was a memory of a butcher's shop in Suffolk. It was located at the end of a row of old cottages, on the side of a quiet country road, in what appeared to be the front room. All the locals went there for their sausages and I assume from further afield as I can't imagine making a living otherwise. Sausages were meaty, sufficiently dotted with fat for moistness, with a gamey flavour and aroma that almost made you swoon. Modern sausages are a disgrace in comparison.

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  7. No words but I did gag a little.

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  8. German sausage eating contest?

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  9. When I was 16 I worked in a sausage factory. I ate them then, but not now.

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  10. no one can eat just one! :)

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  11. I love a good sausage (ooh matron) but preferably cooked.

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  12. I had weisswurst (white sausages) in a beer hall in Munich once. Didn't care for them. Beer was good, though.

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  13. That's the way to do it.

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  14. "Sometimes words are not enough" but on the other hand sometimes a picture is Too Much Information, lol

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  15. Oh dear I just finished eating a couple of bangers which I quite enjoyed, glad I did not see this photo before we ate.

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  16. omg, please don't tell me that those were raw sausages!

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