In praise of the Irish Sausage
It’s high time this traditional food is given the respect it deserves
Why isn’t there more of a fuss made about the Irish sausage? It’s always been the food I miss the most when I’m abroad.
During my first J1 summer in Cape Cod, I saved up my tips to spend on a slap-up breakfast at The Keltic Kitchen, the local Irish joint, always ordering an extra portion of sausages. When I lived in Australia, I worked in a butchers and...
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