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Bangers ‘n’ Mash!

Sausage (sos-ij) – noun. The word originates from the mid 15th century:  Middle English sau-sige, dialectal Old French sausiche, Late Latin salsi-cia,  neuter plural of salsi-cius  seasoned with salt, derivative of Latin salsus or salted. “A lozenge of minced pork, … Continue reading

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