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channa
04-10-2017, 16:29
A little tale behind this , I was loitering around the whoopsie counter in Asda as you do fighting off a plethora of Asians, When I came up with this Sausage bacon egg and mushroom sandwich. The sausage was the stuff you get with a roast , but worked why wouldn't it ? Ok its not healthy probably more cholesterol than is good , but tasted great.. Once in a blue moon doesn't hurt in my book and make limited apologies.;)

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Last pic is to redeem myself , a toad in the hole made in a loaf tin .

Channa

delicagirl
04-10-2017, 16:35
gross

wildebus
04-10-2017, 16:41
gross
+1 :D

each to their own :)

ian1950
04-10-2017, 16:48
Now that's what I call a sandwich yum yum

wildebus
04-10-2017, 16:52
Channa, when you said "The sausage was the stuff you get with a roast" - is this Pork Sausage Stuffing? wasn't sure and don't recognise it fully. A Lorne (square) sausage might work well as well?

PS. It started off ok, but the processed cheese slices & fatty bacon put me off as did the fried egg, but I know some people love it like that :)

channa
04-10-2017, 16:57
It was sausage meat, but lorne would work too of course we don't get it that much in Yorks, Some people like their bacon cooked longer some want a solid yolk ( last place I worked at EHO suggested the yolk is cooked ) Imagine my reaction !...

Channa

Deleted user 21925
04-10-2017, 17:09
It was sausage meat, but lorne would work too of course we don't get it that much in Yorks, Some people like their bacon cooked longer some want a solid yolk ( last place I worked at EHO suggested the yolk is cooked ) Imagine my reaction !...

Channa

Looks a good breakfast roll Andy.

I am really fussy about sausages though, and the forcemeat wouldn't have done it for me. I would also have had the bacon almost cremated, but that is just my personal taste.

channa
04-10-2017, 17:14
Looks a good breakfast roll Andy.

I am really fussy about sausages though, and the forcemeat wouldn't have done it for me. I would also have had the bacon also cremated, but that is just my personal taste.

Fishing trip beckons !!! ??? ...it would taste 10 times as good on a river bank searching "ol esox "" get a bite whilst its cooking everything be cremated lol

Channa.

Clunegapyears
04-10-2017, 18:04
And I though the post title was leading to another Channa date - Your latest chat up line!!!

mistericeman
04-10-2017, 18:08
Sausages of choice (I prefer mine to have at least had all the 'bits' ground up enough fine enough so you can't tell what they were)

Fried to well done along with some onion until golden...
Then melted cheese and sweet blue dragon Sweet chilli sauce (normal or ideally hot one) over the top in a crunchy French baguette.

Lush...

jeanette
04-10-2017, 22:03
Andrew I'm with Rob when he says about the bacon been almost cremated and I do like a little bit of lorne sausage mushrooms have to be done slightly more! Malcolm says I'm a fussy eater don't know what he means!! Haha

yorkieowl
04-10-2017, 22:06
Nah a nice bacon buttie, in an Aldi cheesy teacake. :tongue: Talking about fighting off the Asians, we went to Tesco Batley t'other evening lots of people (majority were asians), waiting for the reduced stuff coming out from back of store, when it came out OMFG, it was just like a rugby scrum, took one look and thought better of it! I've seen it on FB etc but never properly, was quite disturbing tbh.

Admin
04-10-2017, 22:14
gross

About 400 grams

delicagirl
04-10-2017, 22:15
About 400 grams

of fat? :raofl:

sasquatch
04-10-2017, 23:11
It was sausage meat, but lorne would work too of course we don't get it that much in Yorks, Some people like their bacon cooked longer some want a solid yolk ( last place I worked at EHO suggested the yolk is cooked ) Imagine my reaction !...

Channa
I love Lorne sausage Iceland do it (the store not the country!) but Farmfoods being a Scots company regularly have it. I do like the sausage patties that Rotten Ronnies put in their breakfast muffins. Aldi had them for a week and then no more,i may get some sausage meat and have a go at making my own.

Auld Pharrrt
05-10-2017, 02:27
Up here you ask any snack bar for a lorne & bacon doubler ... I have them often but I insist on plastic cheese like channa's example and it HAS to be in the middle ...

I'm also fond of a lorne and haggis (or black pudding) doubler, but no cheese, just a few drips of brown sauce ... oh and NEVER sauce with the cheesy ones above.

One of either keeps me going for a few hours, two will keep me going from early until tea-time ... In fact, a good number of years ago I coined the named for my lorne & bacon doubler with a local snack bar as a roll n bacage ... to this day I still call it that on occasion.

harrow
05-10-2017, 07:33
I love Lorne sausage Iceland do it (the store not the country!) but Farmfoods being a Scots company regularly have it. I do like the sausage patties that Rotten Ronnies put in their breakfast muffins. Aldi had them for a week and then no more,i may get some sausage meat and have a go at making my own.

Yes down here our iceland stores have Lorne sausage for £1 in the freezer.

The Lorne sausage is handy as you can just break off the number of slices you want, cook from frozen, the rest stays in the freezer.

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Auld Pharrrt
05-10-2017, 09:47
When I worked for Tuffnells as a night trunk driver I used to go from Perth to Carnforth every week night. Every year near Christmas one of the guys at Carnforth used to ask me to bring him a couple of whole lorne slabs, which usually weigh around 2 to 2.5 kilos.

His mother used to wrap them in bacon and roast them for their Christmas dinner ... their family loved it, better than any turkey!

wildebus
05-10-2017, 17:13
When I worked for Tuffnells as a night trunk driver I used to go from Perth to Carnforth every week night. Every year near Christmas one of the guys at Carnforth used to ask me to bring him a couple of whole lorne slabs, which usually weigh around 2 to 2.5 kilos.

His mother used to wrap them in bacon and roast them for their Christmas dinner ... their family loved it, better than any turkey!

Wonder if they are still alive! I don't mind a bit of Lorne but very occasionally as very chewy and very fatty (best cooked on a griddle). Popular meat at scottish festivals for the dugs from what I have seen :dog:

Auld Pharrrt
05-10-2017, 17:50
Wonder if they are still alive! I don't mind a bit of Lorne but very occasionally as very chewy and very fatty (best cooked on a griddle). Popular meat at scottish festivals for the dugs from what I have seen :dog:

As with most things, it depends upon where you buy them from ... if buying from anywhere other than D.G. Lindsay, High St., Perth I will boil them to remove a ton of fat, or cook them well to help remove as much as possible.

An interesting factoid (to me anyway) ...

I had been a driver for too many years and was looking for a change, I had a bit of money to spare so I bought and fully refurbished a mobile snack bar. Whilst organising starting my own wee business, I did a survey out of curiosity while looking for suppliers.

I sampled Lorne, Black Pudding and Haggis from about 12 butchers in my area, including D.G. Lindsays (recommended to me years before by a colleague) and a local butcher which has a terrific reputation and is used by most people locally who are discerning about their food.

I then used a George Foreman "fat reducing grill" to cook my samples and I carefully captured all the fat that dripped out to compare the results.

All the high street store products were the worst, but not by far from the "better" butchers, including the local highly thought of one ... this shocked me considerably, but D. G. Lindsays beat them all by a very, very long chalk.

Supermarket tests:
Lorne anything from 1 to 2 (occasionally more) soupspoons of fat.
Black Pudding anything up to 1 soupspoon of fat, but mostly around ½ a spoon.
Haggis varied widely but was similar to black pudding.

"Better" Butcher shops, to be honest most were only marginally better than the supermarkets ... including my local "well thought of" shop.

D. G. Lindsays: (and I kid you not)

Lorne - less than 1 teaspoon of fat.
Black Pudding - absolutely nil, zero, zilch came out of the grill.
Haggis - a few drips (around 3 to 6 in total.)

Their butcher meat is top quality and most of their produce, to the best of my knowledge and belief, came from their own family farms, they aint the cheapest butcher shop in Perth, but IMHO they are the best.

I must add the disclaimer that I have absolutely no affiliation with D. G. Lindsays. I would pick up my rolls from a local bakery at 5:15am then drive to Perth to be at the butcher's door just before 6am every weekday ... One of the reasons I choose them as my supplier was because they were the only butcher in the area that was open at 6am and I was at their door every weekday morning to get my order. I refused to sell cheap crap from my snack bar and nothing was ever frozen or used a second day (any unused raw meats went into my freezer for my own use,) leftover rolls were tossed over the fence to the chickens of a local smallholder who supplied me with free range eggs at a reduced price. The leftover pies, bridies sausage rolls etc. and cooked meats went to any dogs in the neighbourhood, occasionally the chooks got some too ... my wee JR was like a barrel until I befriended a local boxer dog who would come running for a feats when he saw me in the street!

Their ¼lb beef burgers were out of this world, but bloody expensive so I did buy cheaper ones from a c&c as well as a few of Lindsay's for customers who wanted the better quality.

So, if you are ever in the Perth area and want some quality meat, pop in and give them a try, you won't be disappointed.


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