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Top of the range sausages anyone?
« on: March 04, 2007, 06:43:19 pm »
Does anyone fancy purchasing some quality 'Berhill Bangers'? This pig has grown up in the height of luxury, fed on the finest ingredients of cider apples and veggies.This free range Gloucester Old Spot was one pampered porker!
They come in one flavour only (pork)they are packed with meat and taste fantastic!
You will be hard pressed to find anything better and at the amazing price of  £1.80 per lb. Available in 1.5lb packs (approx 8 huge sausages per pack) CHEDDAR CAVING CLUB MEMBERS ONLY.
Please contact Barry Hulatt or Mark Whyte in the usual way.


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Re: Top of the range sausages anyone?
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2007, 07:47:19 pm »
I like "Butleigh Bangers" - come from lovingly cared for pigs that have several acres to root around in and several of the neighbours gardens, apparently. They're crossed with wild boar as well - very pretty, and very tasty!

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Re: Top of the range sausages anyone?
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2007, 09:34:04 pm »
I like "Butleigh Bangers" - come from lovingly cared for pigs that have several acres to root around in and several of the neighbours gardens, apparently. They're crossed with wild boar as well - very pretty, and very tasty!

Is that the sort of farming you do Hughie? If so then don't worry we are not going to be much competition for you. We just have a shedload of sausages to offload because this was one BIG pig. By the way we are only just down the road from Butleigh! We will not be going into a full time business just yet.



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Re: Top of the range sausages anyone?
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2007, 11:57:44 pm »
I like "Butleigh Bangers" - come from lovingly cared for pigs that have several acres to root around in and several of the neighbours gardens, apparently. They're crossed with wild boar as well - very pretty, and very tasty!

Is that the sort of farming you do Hughie? If so then don't worry we are not going to be much competition for you. We just have a shedload of sausages to offload because this was one BIG pig. By the way we are only just down the road from Butleigh! We will not be going into a full time business just yet.





No - that's not my sort of farming. A good friend of mine does it alongside his beef/sheep/apple/arable stuff. He's also a caver, incidentally.

Nothing quite like a proper sausage though. Did you sausage the whole pig?

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Re: Top of the range sausages anyone?
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2007, 07:54:38 pm »
Did you sausage the whole pig?

 :o Not in public I hope!

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Re: Top of the range sausages anyone?
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2007, 09:25:20 pm »
Did you sausage the whole pig?

 :o Not in public I hope!

Yes and no in that order.

I am a real foodie and I must say these were some of the best I have tasted.
I will also add that if you know Barry or I then you are quite welcome to PM me for a good sausage, pfnr, pfnr!
You will have to arrange to collect from a cave meet or something.

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