Scouts make sausages

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    That is brilliant,:thumb: how did they taste.
     
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    Fantastic,some kit you've got there. Of course the best part is cooking and eating them.
    Currently I am working on a project with our group (64th. Birkenhead sea scouts) on an allotment scheme. To promote healthy eating and also to explain that fruit and veg doesn't come from Sainsburys.
    We would like some livestock but the local 'residents' would take a shine to them,may look at a beehive though.
    Its all good and anything to wean them away from junk and convenience foods.
    Well done JIM.
     
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    thanks.. they did go down well.. in a word... delicious.. :thumb:

    made from fresh lean and belly pork + rusk and spices, a prefect Cumberland sausage.

    Should have mentioned, we also made beef burgers..
     
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    you were born to lead by example Jim. :thumb: just what kids need :thumb:
     
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    what a great idea.. we have a patch of waste ground that could be used.. will ask if they are interested.. :thumb:

    maybe even a few chickens :Cool:
     
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    Aye, a big tray of them. I saw them. :BigGrin: I never saw any square sausage though. :Wink:

    Good on you Jim, for contributing your time and patience to the Scout group. :thumb:

    Cheers,

    Jock.
     
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    thanks Jock...

    square slice ehh.. long time since I had that .. but never missed it .. :Laughing:
     
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    Naw, me neither Jim. :Wink: It gives me horrendous heartburn, despite taking my Omperazole. :Laughing:

    Eating that sort of "tasty grub", it's "nae wunner" that we Scots have the highest heart disease rate in Western Europe. :Eeek:

    Cheers for now,

    Jock.
     
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