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Love me some bangers

So last week the lovelies from Grandads Sausages sent me over a selection of goodies to try.

Some lovely Olde English flavour and Italian flavour bangers and sausage meat. Now being a little bit of a scardy cat in the kitchen I was a little unsure what to do with the meat.

Sausages I can deal with, bangers and mash, sausage egg chips and beans, even whack them in a casserole, but actual sausage meat no idea.

So I called on a friend who is much more adept in the old kitchen dept. So she offered to teach me how to make homemade Scotch Eggs.

And they were amazing, an so simple!

 


Mmmmmmmmm

Ingredients

Eggs

Sausage meat

Bread crumbs

Eggs

Frylight/ equivalent 

Method

Pre heat oven to around 180 degrees

Boil eggs and deshell

Roll out and cut sausage meat into circles (ish)

Wrap the meat around the eggs and seal

Dip in beaten egg

Dip in breadcrumbs

Place on lined baking tray

Spray on frylight

Bake for around 25 mins

Allow to cool, or not and enjoy! 
*although Grandads Sausages provided the meat all thoughts and opinions are my own 

A stitch in time

another weekend another new thing to try. This time dress making. And yes this was another Groupon deal I bought. I’m sure in single handedly keeping  that site going!

There is a resurgence for all things vintage, and up cycled at the moment and making your own clothes fits right in there. 

So I heading of to Dolly’s haberdashery and sewing school to join in with the picnic dress making session. The school is based in the centre of Warrington and has easy parking options. 

I had already selected my fabric and submitted my dress size, all that was left to do was turn up and let the creativity flow. 

The place is amazing a real treasure trove of fabric and odds and ends

   
    
   
The teacher Linsey is so helpful and enthusiastic that you can’t help but have fun and the end result was……….. Well see for yourself 

   
    
 
So what can I make next?

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