You can keep your Pork and Leek, Venison and Juniper
There’s probably quite a large percentage of the
The Lorne Sausage is credited to an 19th century comedian called Tommy Lorne who apparently loved sausages so much that he used to eat them during his acts and whilst history gives a good account of Tommy Lorne, there is nothing to explain why the Scot’s came up with a square, skinless sausage. Anyway, they are delicious (although probably an acquired taste for someone who has never eaten one) and my kids love them. When I returned from Glasgow late on Monday night and went down to the kids’ bedrooms to say hello and goodnight, the first words Kitty uttered were, ‘have you brought any Scottish sausage home with you’? And this from a girl who never tells her classmates what she has for breakfast because she's embarrassed (she usually has eggs and bacon or banana pancakes) as most French kids just have a croissant and an orange juice to start the day.
The one thing which I could not bring home from
They say the Scots are the masters of invention – the Lorne Sausage and Plain Loaf proves it beyond doubt. And do you know the best thing of all? I still have another 2 kilos of Lorne Sausage to share with the kids for our breakfasts over the coming weeks.