Gloucestershire old spot sired pork and sage sausage £5.99 per kg @ waitrose
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Gloucestershire old spot sired pork and sage sausage £5.99 per kg @ waitrose

£5.99£7.9925%Waitrose Deals
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Found 3rd Jun
Was £7.99 per kg now only £5.99 per kg. For those of you who were snooty about the cheap and cheerful post of 3 packs of sausages for a quid I thought I'd share this.... Remember people we all have reasons we use this site. I've a young family and my wife was diagnosed with cancer so cheap and cheerfully food is all we can afford.
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Good old spot, this.

It's true that many of us have different opinions of what makes a good deal. Whilst I agree that there are deals that fit into a cheap and cheerful category there's also cheap and nasty: Richmond sausages are the latter, IMHO.

Sorry to hear of your family's misfortune and I hope your wife's treatment is successful. Take care.
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Good old spot, this.

It's true that many of us have different opinions of what makes a good deal. Whilst I agree that there are deals that fit into a cheap and cheerful category there's also cheap and nasty: Richmond sausages are the latter, IMHO.

Sorry to hear of your family's misfortune and I hope your wife's treatment is successful. Take care.
Does 'sired' mean that the sow is just any old porker but the piglets' father was the 'heritage' piggy, possibly via AI?
89quidyoucantgowrong10 m ago

Does 'sired' mean that the sow is just any old porker but the piglets' …Does 'sired' mean that the sow is just any old porker but the piglets' father was the 'heritage' piggy, possibly via AI?


Who knows. Who cares unless your a sausage connoisseur
only 90% pork that just wont do


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So the Old boy had a bit of heritage whilst the mum was just some random, unknown pig? Nice. Also, for some reason the word sired is not one I want to think about in conjunction with sausage, and certainly not when it comes to dinnertime.
As for the Richmond sausages, I wouldn't be buying them no matter how cheap and how poor I was.
Edited by: "holeymoley18" 3rd Jun
I don't consider myself a sausage snob but even I wouldn't eat Richmond Sausages as the fat that comes out of them when they are cooking is ridiculous and they have that soft stomach turning texture about them. But I suppose if push came to shove and I was skint and needed to put a meal on the table for my kids I probably would serve them so maybe we should all think ourselves extremely grateful that we are in a position where we can look at a deal and go nah no thanks i'd rather pay more when some people don't have the choice
These are very nice sausages, so as they have been kind enough to send me a load of £8 off a £40 shop, these will feature in my basket tomorrow.
Back up to £7.99 per kg now, according to the website.
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