Friday, 2 November 2012

Food on Friday: Sausages


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Whether you call them bangers, snarlers or sausages, that's what this Food on Friday is all about.  And it's not just about your pork sausages – also salami's and cooked sausages like chorizo.

I think my favourite is pork sausages with onion gravy.  I can't wait to see all your dishes.

Sausages (according to Stephanie Alexander) go with:

Fresh sausages
Cooked sausages
Salami
Bacon
Butter-fried apples
Olives
Bread
Cabbages
Pasta
Eggs
Chestnuts
Pickled cucumbers
Grilled tomato
Dried beans
Radishes
Mashed potato
Lentils
Raw fennel
Mustard
Mustard
Sheep's milk cheeses
Onions
Pasta
Sundried tomatoes
Pickles
Potatoes

Polenta
sauerkraut

Relishes


Spiced fruit


Sweet peppers


Tomato sauce



So just put your name and the name of the dish in the first Mr Linky box and paste the url for your post about the dish into the second.  Don't feel you need to leave a comment, but please do visit some of the other links.

PS  When I was looking for an image to use for this, my Google search turned up some unexpected results!  Really, the minds people have.



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34 comments:

  1. Yum! I can't wait to see all of the sausage recipes!

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  2. Too funny about your picture search!

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  3. Thanks for finding me and for inviting me to join in on Food On Fridays! Very funny about your sausage search. I can only imagine. LOL
    Renee - Kudos Kitchen

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  4. I added two recipes. I hope you don't mind :)
    Renee - Kudos Kitchen

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  5. Thanks so much for inviting me to link up! :-)

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  6. Hi Carole! Thanks for finding me and inviting me to link up! I shared my pancake and sausage bites.

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  7. Thanks for the invite! I have a link up tomorrow all about Simple Meals. I hope you will join us!

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  8. Thanks for the invite!! I shared my Sausage Pepper Stir Fry!

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  9. Linked up the Oktober Bratwurst Rolls! Thanks for inviting me over! :)

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  10. Linked Zuppa Toscana! Thanks for inviting me!! Can't wait to look at all the recipes!!

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  11. I added Upside Down Fettucini Bake. Our family loves it!

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  12. Thank you for the invite. I shared the Sausage Skillet Scramble.

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  13. thanks for hosting Carol! have a great week

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  14. Thanks! I shared my homemade breakfast sausage recipe!

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  15. thanks for stopping by and inviting me over! Glad to be here! Link up my andouille soup.

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  16. Thanks for finding me and inviting me to join the party. I linked up my Smoked Sausage Kabobs.

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  17. I LOVE sausage...can't wait to check out all of these awesome recipes! Thanks for inviting me to join!! :)

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  18. Thanks for asking me to contribute. Looks like some great sausage recipes to try.

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  19. Thanks for inviting me to participate! :-)
    Lynn ~ Southern With A Twist

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  20. wow!!A good collection...Cant wait until I find some new recipes...shared few recipes(no.54,56,57)
    Have a Great Day!!

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  21. This is a great Food on Friday, sausages are so versatile.

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  22. Thanks for inviting me to your space! {better late than never, right?!!} Looks like a great collection!! Have a great week:)
    http://stellabskitchen.blogspot.com

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  23. Thank you for inviting me. I shared Basil Turkey Sausage Patties.

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  24. Sorry I'm a little late (had no power for the last 6 days!). Thanks for the invite!

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  25. I've included my sausage rolls, although they do rely on your having a little bit of pulled pork leftovers hanging around the place! :)

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  26. Thanks for the invite to link up. I've included the Masterchef Pork Lasagne recipe I recently tried which was a hit my the husband (and my first attempt at lasagne). Well worth the effort.

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  27. =] a very simple and lovely dish, good to combine with any sausage, though I prefer lovely spiced lamb sausages. Making sausages yourself is the best! Though you need quite some equipment. If you have a good butcher you can look at sweetly maybe you can convince him to teach you. I had ;)

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  28. Thanks for inviting me, I only have a few sausage dishes, I can't wait to try some of these.

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  29. Linked. Thanks for the invite Carole.

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  30. Liked up. Thank you for the invite!

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  31. Linked up, Thank you for the invite, Carole!!

    Karla
    www.huckleberrylove.com

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