sausagefans.com wrote:Wohoki wrote:I'd guess that what the ex-pats are after is a bit of nostalgia, and a taste of life back home. The pork sold in most French butchers is usually locally sourced and outdoor reared, so it might be a bit "porky" for folk raised on British meat. The spices and herbs used will be the same, but in different proportions, and the sausage have no rusk, so they require more care while cooking them than most Brits lavish on their bangers, if they are not to end up dry.
Do they use another sort of filler?
Wohoki wrote:Anyone like to claim that British food is better than French?
Oddley wrote:Wohoki wrote:Anyone like to claim that British food is better than French?
What crap have you guys been eating? my British food would stand against any French food that I have had. Some of the best seafood in the world surrounds our coast. Great beef, lamb and pork is also grown here. All you have too do is pay the price and know how to cook it.
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