I could eat sausages everyday for the rest of my life and die happy. ;)
Fat sausages, yes they are good for lunch also!
OMG, do they look good!I'm getting the recipe, NOW.One can never eat too many sausages.
I want some sausages! (Plus how fun to hang out with the two of you!)
I just had some sausages too for dinner! We love sausages here. These definitely look lipsmackingly good! Balsamic vinegar sounds wonderful. :)
ooh that looks really good right now!
What kind of sausages did you use? I don't eat pork, but there are lots of full-flavored chicken sausages on the market here in the US.
wow that´s quick! they look beautiful. you´d make my aunt proud
Pille, I had marked Ximena's recipe as well, but haven't eaten sausages yet since then. Next time I do though, they will definitely get the Lobstersquad treatment.
Oi, This blog is wonderful, visits frequent, but it is the first time that I am commenting. Also I added to my favourites person or thing. A great one I hug.
I let out an involuntary sigh when I saw these! What a gorgeous meal! I have friends with a back yard (rare here) who grill sausages on their bbq every time I go for dinner. They know that nothing will make me happier.
I'm giving this a try this weekend...looks so lusciously delicious!
OMG, sausages. What's not to love. And I can imagine that the sweetness of balsamic vinegar with the salty porkiness of sausages woudl be phenomenal. Yum!
I can smell those sausages from here! They look delicious.
Oh oh oh! Gotta have some of those! Over here I love our local sausages that are both sweet and spicy so I can definitely see myself loving this! I'll give this a go next time! Thanks for the timely post :)
Tanna - or as a filling for breakfast sausages next morning (that's how K ate them:)Katie - 'one can never eat too many sausages' - I like that wisdom :)Kalyn - hey, thanks!Mae - we don't have sausages for dinner very often, but I imagine they'll be appearing somewhat more frequently now.K&S - doesn't it? :-)Lydia - I used wild boar sausages on the first day, and plain pork sausages on the second. I guess any sausage would work, so do try with chicken or beef!Inne - these sausages are a must-try! We made them day after again..Dinha - you're too sweet :) I'd read your blog, but sadly I don't speak any Portuguese..Figs Olives Wine - I imagine that reduced balsamic vinegar would also work as a sticky glaze on a BBQ..Veron- will you let me (and Ximena) know how you liked them, please?Jeanne - you're a true sausage girl then:) I still crave your South African pepper, halloumi & sausage sticks!Wendy - thank you! Joey - I'm sure you'll like them, especially if you like sweet & spicy & sour!
Ok Pille, But I will be very happy for its visit in mine blog!
I just made this for dinner tonight...it was delicious indeed. Simple but full of flavor.
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