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Old May 11th 2013, 6:37 pm
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I live in Wisconsin and have yet to find anything that resembles a UK sausage, all they have here are Brats and they aren't nice, so is there an equivalent of a UK Pork sausage?
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Just do a Google search. You'll find plenty of places to order online and have them shipped.
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Originally Posted by lansbury View Post
Just do a Google search. You'll find plenty of places to order online and have them shipped.
I'm sure you will find a few "links" here and there.
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Try this;

http://www.balsonbutchers.com/


Might be a good supplier of Bacon, too.


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Default Re: English sausages in America

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Try this;

http://www.balsonbutchers.com/


Might be a good supplier of Bacon, too.


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Default Re: English sausages in America

Just showed my wife that picture and she said...'that's ham not bacon' lol
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Originally Posted by Andy_UK View Post
Just showed my wife that picture and she said...'that's ham not bacon' lol

Just wait 'til she has a Bacon Sarnie with a dash of HP.
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Are you after English sausages or UK sausages???
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Default Re: English sausages in America

You might find this I interesting as well:

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If you're looking for grocery stores that do decent ones, Wholefoods and Wegmans have decent ones, but don't know if you have them out yourway.

Could always make them yourself. Cheaper than the online options, unless you have someone to share a order with, otherwise the shipping often wouldn't be worth it, I'd have thought.
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The closest I've found are Irish Bangers sold all year in Wholefoods and around St Patrick's Day in Trader Joes.

They're not quite fatty/greasy enough to be real British sausages but they're not bad.
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Originally Posted by tonrob View Post
Are you after English sausages or UK sausages???
The phrase " Made in England, laid in Wales. " came to mind.
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Originally Posted by Andy_UK View Post
I live in Wisconsin and have yet to find anything that resembles a UK sausage, all they have here are Brats and they aren't nice, so is there an equivalent of a UK Pork sausage?

Are you Grilling the Brats????
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Originally Posted by Scouse Express View Post
Are you Grilling the Brats????
My wife boils them in beer then grills them served with sauerkraut
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