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Unread 02-09-2013, 03:23 PM   #31
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Hmmm, never had bangers like that, always had them dry with a condiment on the side. That looks terrific Titch
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Looks killer Titch!
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So, what's the signifigance of the term "banger"?
The "Masher", I get, but "banger"????
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That plate looks great. Did you make the bangers yourself?
Not this time around,was in a rush,
homemade is in the freezer.
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That looks great. How did you make the red wine onion gravy?

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Sweat onions off with Garlic in butter untill slightly brown.
Add 2 cups of Good red wine and simmer untill reduced by half.
Add 2 cups of beef stock/broth untill reduced by half,add seasoning to taste.
Add a touch of cornflour/or whatever thickener to the required density.
Tastes bloody nic over steak as well.
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Can we have this recipe?

Done above mate,sausage is cooked with smoke indirect,then scorched for a minute.
cooking is finished in the sauce.
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Looks great! One of my favorite comfort food dishes. Did you add brown mustard to your mash?
No, but I am going to try that ,
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So, what's the signifigance of the term "banger"?
The "Masher", I get, but "banger"????

They got called Banger supposedly, because of the noise they made when splitting beause they had a lot of water in them.

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It is assumed that ‘banger’ relates to the noise made by a bursting sausage, and the nick-name dates to the first or second decade of the twentieth century.

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Then where does "snags" come from?

Looks great too. I would love a plate.
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Very cool, thanks Titch!
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Then where does "snags" come from?

Looks great too. I would love a plate.
That question threw me , I have always called them Snags and never knew why,so I went looking.

I found this.

Snag, by David Pope 2002
A sausage. In Australia and elsewhere snag has a number of meanings, including 'a submerged tree stump', 'an unexpected drawback', and more recently a 'sensitive new age guy'. But in Australia, a snag is also a 'sausage', a sense that probably comes from the British dialect word snag, 'a morsel, a light meal'

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Now I can tell other Aussies why we call them Snags
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Do Aussies in yur locale ever say "Bangers and Mash" titch?
Ive never heard it said by Aussies, except when they purposely use it to Britify it.
I always use "snags", I always hear "snags".
Just wondering, it is curious!
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I'm going to serve sausage at my next party and go around referring to them as snags just to see the confused looks on people's faces.
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I'm going to serve sausage at my next party and go around referring to them as snags just to see the confused looks on people's faces.
Sangs or the 'proper' term is "snaggers"
Oh, you can't use it for pieces or slices, a snag or snagger is a sausage, whole.

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Do Aussies in yur locale ever say "Bangers and Mash" titch?
Ive never heard it said by Aussies, except when they purposely use it to Britify it.
I always use "snags", I always hear "snags".
Just wondering, it is curious!
Sensitive new age guy is new on me too!

My age group and in Victoria its a very used term.
Every good Pub has it on the menu.
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