Its at no 2.
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I was in Czechoslovakia once and i bought a rather large sausage from a street vendor. That was about 15 years ago and i can still taste it. I don't know what it was made from but i knew as i was eating it that i would suffer later.
The Isaan sausages have the same effect on me, they stay with me for days, not even a pint of Gaviscon quells the indigestion or the repeating after-taste.
i keep telling panada that farang sausage is bigger 5555555555555555
Hmmm don't like the look of any in the link and will stick with Richmonds here
No Cumberland .... but plenty of sissy itallian ....wot a joke prime Cumberland Sausage there s nowt better
Too much fat and gristle for me Sissa.
I like a good old Knackerwurst. Firm and meaty, good with Potato Salad and mustard.
I thought No.3 looked tasty and No.4 disgusting!
My fave sausage is the Boston Sausage Co's Farmhouse sausage - a sort of robust Lincolnshire sausage with extra sage. But any from my local village butcher do for me, or either of the two butchers in nearby towns.
I think favourite sausages are a personal thing though depending on where you live or what type you have been brought up on etc.
no2 in those pictures is that what they sell at the street vendors all over thailand? very few things make me sick but i had a small mouthful of this a few years ago sharing from a thai friend at the end of the night a change from the kabab or 7-11, and i will except it might not of been that but highly likely as nothing else i touched was out of the ordinary, but i was sick as a dog for a week and for most of that a bloated stomach and things coming out of both ends????
Granted my friend was not sick, but i think the vender must of been using fingers or something and unlucky for me just the bit i ate must of been infected??
I wont bother again and to be honest nothing comes close to UK sausages, it must be all the floor sweepings we like
Thick one's for me Wolfy and yes they have skins too (this thread is getting dangerous )
I wouldn't put a cheap sausage in mouth, col. Tesco's Finest invariably does the job.
I do enjoy the sai krok isan but have to say that i prefer the sweet sausages that they seem to have all over isan. You will have to excuse my spelling, or indeed pronunciation, but its something like gunchieng
A sausage without a skin is hardly a sausage, Colin.
That sweet (Chinese) sausage makes a really nice salad, just ask for Yum (name of sausage - Ploy is asleep and I can't remember it's name either).
Ploy is awake, (and finished watching Kill Bill on the TV). The sweet sausage is กุนเชียง. Well done Nigel for remembering that.