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Hardly a need for a recipe - what you have described is actually Cumberland Sausage and onions Cumberland sausage is a coarse cut highly seasoned sausage which is sold in rings (like a snail) rather than links. However, I think this is the recipe that you are looking for, its actually from Jamie's Dinners:-
Stalking the sweetly sour
In case you haven’t noticed, summer is officially here and it has brought some sweltering heat with it. There are three stages of summer heat: 1)the a/c is running, 2)the a/c and ceiling fans are running, 3)the a/c, ceiling fans, floor fans, and refrigerator door is open . This summer has officially moved into stage 3, so it’s time to make something cool and refreshing.
Every once in a while I get inspired to make a special drink.
If you love a good Manhattan like we do, make your next one with your own homemade bitters. With only a dash or two, bitters add complexity and balance to your cocktail. This simple recipe is made with everyday ingredients you can find at the grocery store.
Fresh mint is super abundant this time of year. The crop in my garden is already a bit out of control, and it’s only May!
The Hungry Southerner crew are all huge fans of AMC’s drama Mad Men . There is something mysterious, fascinating and classic about the style and period of the men and women of the advertising agencies of the late 50′s and 60′s. Because we’re so crazy about Mad Men , we’re throwing a Mad Men season premier party, and we’re giving you a peek at part of the menu; period clothing required.
The Bloody Mary Cocktail is one of the most famous and most consumable cocktail in the world.
The Blackberry Smash is minty and refreshing and just the right amount of sweet and sour. This drink reminds me of sipping on the porch or a night out with my mama-friends swapping stories about all of the ridiculousness that has ensued since the last time we were together. Blackberry Smash
Already herbal in flavor gin pairs well with most savory herbs. This clean cocktail is perfect for the end of a scorcher (like today!).
Tis' the season for yummy fruit based drinks, but if syrup-based margaritas and daiquiris are too much too handle try a lighter spin on another summer classic! This fresh tasting Mojito takes the traditional ingredients and gives them a bit more bubble while removing some of the sugar. I love adding seltzer to all of my drinks.
Served ice cold in sugar-rimmed glasses, I adapted the following recipes from popular versions of margaritas, with a strawberry twist.
After years and years of Tequila being king (or queen) of summer in our house, things are changing a bit. At least for me.
1 July 2010 · 8 Comments The Mint Julep is very old mixed drink.
It’s been quite warm here recently. Warm enough that I’ve not been sleeping too well, even with the bedroom windows wide open, and a fan on full blast all through the night.