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Debbie & Andrew's Sausages, 3 for £5.00

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Went into my local Asda the other day, and these sausages were on a sample stand. I can honestly say that i have never bought an item after a free instore sample until now....these are the best sausag…
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Went into my local Asda the other day, and these sausages were on a sample stand. I can honestly say that i have never bought an item after a free instore sample until now....these are the best sausages i have ever tasted. And on offer in Asda at 3 packs for a fiver, different flavours available. 97% meat content, and soooooooo yummy. Sell them at Sainsbury's too.
http://www.debbieandandrews.co.uk for pics
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#1
they had a big stand at the NEC and I bought some, cos they was the best sausages I have tasted in ages.
#2
I tried their Yorkshire sausages and wasnt keen, I felt they had a slightly sour taste...

At this price I might give some of the other flavours a try though.
#3
always yum these up at the ideal home show, the Sicilian one is so tasty :) voted hot. there normally 4 packs for a tenner at the ideal home show, so this is a steal. charlie
#4
Bought these myself because they were something like 95% pork (not rubbish). Most saugsages only have something between 40-60% with 'other ingredients' - we all know what they are! The only thing I found was that the kids were not too keen because they are lumpy meat (used to smooth sausages). I don't like the thought of them eating rubbish sausages with other things in them. Worth paying a little more when you know what is going in them. Good Price.
#5
These have been in morrisons for over a year at around 2 quid for 6, the sicillian ones are divine the harrogate ones are nice too, i won't eat any other sausages now after tasting these mainly coz of the high pork content, No ears lips and noses in these bangers:-D
#6
Was gonna vote cold on this as I thought it was 3 sausages for a fiver!:p

Although personally, I think 97% is too high a meat content for a sausage - I'd rather just eat the plain meat than stuffing it into an edible sock.
#7
griff5163
Bought these myself because they were something like 95% pork (not rubbish). Most saugsages only have something between 40-60% with 'other ingredients' - we all know what they are! The only thing I found was that the kids were not too keen because they are lumpy meat (used to smooth sausages). I don't like the thought of them eating rubbish sausages with other things in them. Worth paying a little more when you know what is going in them. Good Price.


The "other ingredients" are usually cereals, not necessarily what you are implying!

On the other hand, the "meat" can be all manner of reconstituted recovery from the animal, which is probably too disgusting to list here!!

The better sausage is often made at your local butcher shop. Well worth a journey into the local countryside if you haven't got one in your area:thumbsup:
#8
moob
Was gonna vote cold on this as I thought it was 3 sausages for a fiver!:p

Although personally, I think 97% is too high a meat content for a sausage - I'd rather just eat the plain meat than stuffing it into an edible sock.


You're so right. I would much prefer they threw a few eyeballs, testicles and starch in there - the last thing we want is meaty sausages!!! :thumbsup:

Seriously though - I've been getting these sausages for ages and won't buy any others. The Yorkshire ones are lovely. ASDA smartprice might be 16p for 6....but YUCK, some things you have to pay more for.
#9
cheapskate58


The better sausage is often made at your local butcher shop. Well worth a journey into the local countryside if you haven't got one in your area:thumbsup:


Not so at my local butchers here in Leeds...they throw all the old meat into the sausages. You must be lucky!
#10
Drat! Did our Asda shop yesterday and missed these. Voted hot and I'll look out for them next time. If you're a bit fussy about ingredients you can easly make your own http://www.x-five.net/page5.htm#Pork%20Sausage%20Meat%20Patties. As ever, the kids prefer bought ones.
#11
KittyKate
Not so at my local butchers here in Leeds...they throw all the old meat into the sausages. You must be lucky!


If what you say is true then you should report them to the appropriate authorities. Good job you didn't name names 'cos you can't go around saying such things without evidence unless you have a good lawyer!!

Leeds!

Yeah I must be lucky:thumbsup:
#12
KittyKate
You're so right. I would much prefer they threw a few eyeballs, testicles and starch in there - the last thing we want is meaty sausages!!! :thumbsup:

Seriously though - I've been getting these sausages for ages and won't buy any others. The Yorkshire ones are lovely. ASDA smartprice might be 16p for 6....but YUCK, some things you have to pay more for.



If only you actually knew what you were talking about before you typed that...:whistling:

FYI, it is not allowed to add the 'ingredients' you listed (mainly). However, a sausage should have it's fair share of rusk etc to bind the meat together and give it a sausage texture. Having such a high percentage of meat doesn't allow that.

Your comment about the butcher putting 'old meat' (whatever the hell that's supposed to be) into sausages is naive and amusing.
#13
Just had to register to comment on this!
Short of going to your 'local' farm shop, these are the dogs danglies :thumbsup:

5 Squid for 18, very tasty porkers :)
banned#14
KittyKate
Not so at my local butchers here in Leeds...they throw all the old meat into the sausages. You must be lucky!

What an ignorant thing to say. Pathetic.
#15
Mascherano
What an ignorant thing to say. Pathetic.


I'd disagree, I used to work in the Meat room in Waitrose when I was doing my A levels and later at ASDA and any meat that's blown (the seal on the packets will split and air gets to them so the meat goes grey) will be bunged in the mincer and repacked as mince, it's standard practice in supermarkets. Although yes, out of date meat doesn't go in there.

As for Debbie and Andrews sausages, I bought some at Taste for London when they were there 2 years ago and they were alright, I remember thinking that adding Colmans mustard to sausages was a stroke of genius so voted hot for that alone.
#16
Mascherano
What an ignorant thing to say. Pathetic.
How do you know?

Do you work there?
#17
Fat Bird
I'd disagree, I used to work in the Meat room in Waitrose when I was doing my A levels and later at ASDA and any meat that's blown (the seal on the packets will split and air gets to them so the meat goes grey) will be bunged in the mincer and repacked as mince, it's standard practice in supermarkets. Although yes, out of date meat doesn't go in there.



Perhaps that happens down south, but I can assure it's neither standard practice nor occurs in supermarkets up here.

Another matter and why they are not allowed to undertake this practice is due to traceability. They simply cannot mix meats from different batch no's etc, as they are breaking the rules of their HACCP system.

Most supermarkets don't even pack their own mince anymore.

As for the 'old meat' comment being questioned by another poster - butchers simply don't do this as they never buy in too much meat these days due to cost - therefore they never have excess, or old meat. What actually consitutes 'old' is rather subjective and open to interpretation. I'd be interested to find out how KittyKate arrived at this conclusion.

In case you're wondering how I have this information, I am an EHO.
#18
moob
Perhaps that happens down south, but I can assure it's neither standard practice nor occurs in supermarkets up here.


I don't doubt you but it may well have changed as this was a good 18 years ago. I buy all of my meat from Smithfields nowadays (with the odd exception of seeing something quirky that looks great).
#19
97% pork, means 97% "bits of pig". I'm afraid that includes the aforementioned bits. If they taste great, then that's cool. Just don't be fooled by the "meat" content.
#20
Fat Bird
I don't doubt you but it may well have changed as this was a good 18 years ago. I buy all of my meat from Spitalfields nowadays (with the odd exception of seeing something quirky that looks great).


Times have changed in the advent of new Euro law.:thumbsup:
#21
graybags
97% pork, means 97% "bits of pig". I'm afraid that includes the aforementioned bits. If they taste great, then that's cool. Just don't be fooled by the "meat" content.



Incorrect.

The definition of meat is to do with lean meat, offal cannot legally be included in the meat declaration.

This is an old wifes tale that was correct some time ago, but since altered due to European Directives.

"Although the Meat Products and Spreadable Fish Products Regulations 1984 have been the basis for meat product labelling for some time, there have been several changes in labelling laws which make it necessary to have new regulations. The main change has been a new European definition of meat for labelling purposes, which is different from the definition currently used in the UK. The new definition defines meat as 'skeletal muscle with naturally included or attached tissue', and sets specific limits for the amount of fat and connective tissue (i.e., rind, tendon, sinew, skin etc.) allowed (see table below). The definition specifically excludes MRM, feet and trotters, tail, and head meat but includes cheeks (Masseters). It also excludes non-muscle cuts such as liver, kidney, heart etc. Products are still allowed to contain all of these ingredients - they will just need to be described differently, and they cannot count towards the declared meat content."

Read here.
#22
graybags
97% pork, means 97% "bits of pig". I'm afraid that includes the aforementioned bits. If they taste great, then that's cool. Just don't be fooled by the "meat" content.


It's 97% Pork Shoulder....nice!
#23
fatabelly
It's 97% Pork Shoulder....nice!


Yeah, that's what I've been tryin to say to those stuck in a time warp.
#24
Cheap sausages are filled with rusk and cereal and when they soak up the fat during cooking they burst, decent sausages don't burst or pour fat out when cooking, these stick to the grill pan as no fat comes out 97% pork shoulder so no room for all the rubbish what goes in smartprice bangers!!
#25
moob
Yeah, that's what I've been tryin to say to those stuck in a time warp.


It's just a jump to the left.....:whistling:
#26
Don't know anything about it in Brighton branch.

Charlie Brown

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