The sun is out and the kids are off school, so why not take the opportunity to fire up the barbecue? Who doesn’t love that caramelised meat with those sweet, smokey flavours that only come with barbecuing. It’s a great way to share food with friends and family, plus, if you’ve got a gang of kids over, it is perfect for feeding a large group.
Because during the Second World War they added a lot of water, so the sausages would burst as they cooked and that’s why they were called bangers. We still add a little water, but it’s only to rehydrate the breadcrumbs. Otherwise you will end up with very dry sausages.
We can’t speak Welsh but we can sing it’s praises! – Why Welsh lamb is one of the best.
I popped into my local supermarket the other day (no, not for meat!) and noticed they predominantly sold only lamb from New Zealand. It got me thinking, why would anyone buy lamb that has been shrink wrapped, frozen, then taken six weeks to travel over 11,000 miles to England, when you can buy the best lamb that’s from Wales.