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    Default A picture of an Isan Sausage

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmm...my favourite


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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.

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    i keep telling panada that farang sausage is bigger 5555555555555555

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    Hmmm don't like the look of any in the link and will stick with Richmonds here

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    No Cumberland .... but plenty of sissy itallian ....wot a joke prime Cumberland Sausage there s nowt better
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    Too much fat and gristle for me Sissa.

    I like a good old Knackerwurst. Firm and meaty, good with Potato Salad and mustard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy View Post
    Too much fat and gristle for me Sissa.

    I like a good old Knackerwurst. Firm and meaty, good with Potato Salad and mustard.
    i am biased though ....
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    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.

    http://www.bostonsausage.co.uk/shopo...pack-10-1.html

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    I think favourite sausages are a personal thing though depending on where you live or what type you have been brought up on etc.

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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin244 View Post
    Hmmm don't like the look of any in the link and will stick with Richmonds here

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    Are those the skinless ones Colin, available in small (pack of 12) or the wider girth version (in a pack of 8) ?

    Actually, come to think of it, i'm not sure the bigger one's are skinless are they ?

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    Thick one's for me Wolfy and yes they have skins too (this thread is getting dangerous )

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    I wouldn't put a cheap sausage in mouth, col. Tesco's Finest invariably does the job.

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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_link View Post
    Tesco's Finest invariably does the job.
    Asda's are not bad either and currently £1.00 for 8 thick ones with skins

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    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).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sisaket View Post
    i am biased though ....
    So is Wolfy, as he is a bit of a knacker.
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    Ploy is awake, (and finished watching Kill Bill on the TV). The sweet sausage is กุนเชียง. Well done Nigel for remembering that.

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