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Butcher's sausages

My wife and I left Brighton back in the 1950s but we have been reminiscing about the fabulous pork sausages we used to buy – full of sage – wonderful taste.

We’d love to be reminded. The name of one butcher comes to mind, possibly “Longs”, possibly Baker Street? – and another, possibly in Gardener Street.

We were moving around the Country with the RAF but whenever my mother visited us she always brought our favorite sausages.

David Blackford
late of 2 Scarborough Road

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  • You are correct about the butchers in Baker Street, it was E.E.Long pork butchers, My uncle Earnie owned it and he had a secret recipe which went with him when he retired! It was opposite the Co-op at the bottom of Baker Street

    By Geoff Long (29/03/2019)

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