Irish Sausages

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Real Irish Food

By David Bowers

Published 2014

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Sausages are a constant throughout Irish society. They turn up at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they’re served as cocktail food, late-night snacks, birthday party treats, and finger food. They’re everywhere, in sizes large and small. And not only do we eat them with knife and fork on a plate, but we also pick them up in our fingers to dip into sauces, and a personal favorite, we slit them lengthwise and lay them on a slice of buttered toast, with a little mustard alongside, for the best