Tuesday

A sausage by any other name...

...tastes different but just as good!

Wurst, Merguez, Sucuk...

Mrs Hicks in Dalkey, Co. Dublin is the best place to buy sausages from around the world as well as for traditional Irish ones. Lately we've been sampling them a good bit, I've had a lot of banking to do and my bank is across the road from her shop so... I just can't walk by!

We had Bratwurst with fried onions, roasted cherry tomatoes, on toasted french bread...




...and then tonight we had Merguez (I cannot get enough) with peppers, garlic and mustard on rustic brown rolls... Plenty of Colmans American mustard of course...

Hotdogs have never tasted better!

2 comments:

jackson said...

Mrs Hick's so-called Italian sausages are nothing like an Italian sausage - the texture and flavour are so far wrong it is a joke. I don't know how they can get away with marketing this as an Italian sausage but do not waste your money on them if you like Italian sausages, which I do.

Lisa Conmara said...

I'm in Italy now as I am every summer, and you can get similar enough sausages to Mrs Hicks here, I think hicks using the word "italian" is to let people know they are using certain spices and herbs... I don't think they are trying to con anyone... We like them, you don't... shouldn't be a problem!