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Square or Lorne?

Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by Brian Dunphy, Oct 26, 2020.

Discuss Square or Lorne? in the TalkCeltic Pub area at TalkCeltic.net.

  1. The Prof Administrator Administrator

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    A roll n square sausage was always a fav the morning after a night on the bevvy.
     
  2. Jo-Jo-Buffon

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    Slice

    Always remember falling out wa the wee woman at my boys fitba always telling me it was susage
     
  3. Sean Daleer This is the Way Gold Member

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    Square for the cheap * that shrinks to half its size after cooking (square sausage)

    Slice for the high end square sausage (steak slice)
     
  4. Tim-Time 1888 Always look on the bright side of Life Gold Member

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    Ketchup with any type of breakfast item is just wrong and for the weirdos tbh :giggle1:
     
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    It's still square sausage whether it's steak or the cheaper stuff :p
     
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    Ahh now we are in the is it a piece n sausage or a sausage sandwich!

    It's a piece n sausage for me 100%
     
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    If I'm buying it in a cafe or van, I'll just ask for a roll n sausage, always get square automatically.....so although I've said square sausage here, I'd say just sausage at home or at the shop....links are links.
     
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    Piece and sausage for me, sausage sandwich sounds weird.
     
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  9. Sean Daleer This is the Way Gold Member

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    Ye canny ask for a square sausage in the butchers if you want the good stuff though. You need to say steak slice.
     
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    I buy it mostly in Morrisons at the butcher counter and it's just square I ask for there, the only have the one type. Other than that, it's packs of Steak sausage I'm sure it says.. next time I'm at the supermarket I'll check.
     
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    Pretty sure bap is a Scottish word. I only see the word regarding burgers. But there are loads of words in the UK for roll.
    I use that word to make sure no * serves me a sausage roll, although it's best in a muffin. Sausage sarnie too (but that's not with a roll).

    I have always said square, I mean slice is grado talk isn't it. In England you hear Scottish sausage too, but people who say that deserve to have the butcher gob on their sausage.
     
  12. PaulM1888 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Only time I’ve heard chip bap is in Ireland.
     
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    I have to ask for a sausage bap here, and I get given links. :(
     
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    Nah they say bap in the midlands and at my local cafe in London.
     
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    They call a baguette a roll. Ffs.
     
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    Can you buy square easy enough or do you have to hunt it down?
     
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    I‘ve found it just once in England, in Shropshire. Haven’t even tried in London tbf. Easier to source Argentine yerba maté. :56:
     
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    Just need to stock up when you are up visiting mum :)
     
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  19. PaulM1888 Gold Member Gold Member

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    You’re Irish mate FYI.
     
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    Not as Irish as you are, tattie muncher.

    :lenny2: