You should see what the yanks did to the sausage roll.
The only handfood superior to a good sausage roll is the glorious scotch egg.
But that is wrong. The pasty stands above both of those.
Australian on holiday
Very much so.
Wish I had one right now.
I'm already tired of rice. No western food in a small town like this, unfortunately. At least I'm off to Malaysia next, where I can probably find some sausage rolls in the city.
The problem with pasties is that there is a huge range of quality. A scotch egg is pretty hard to fuck up, but I've seen some pretty awful pasties (never been to Cornwall, so maybe that is the holy ground for pasties).
I will honourable mention to the great Glasgow bridie (sadly no longer sold piping hot in Central Station, to grease up your hands on the train ride home).
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Nice to know it's confirmed not only that you'd gyp an English prostitute out of her earnings but you're officially a bunch of tightfisted horsefuckers too.
The fast food is always good in Malaysia for some reason. Also, the street food is pretty damn good. The only part of Indonesia that had competing street food would be Bandung, for me. I have kind of a holiday house in Malaysia and luckily in the town I stay in, they have a shop that sells all Aussie and Kiwi imports.
Too much pastry, Good sausage roll needs to be slightly flaky on the outside with the dough thinner toward the inside and not overcooked. I've had one too many really fucking dry sausage rolls that nearly caused me to gag.
I ate tons in my childhood and developed tolerance.
As with every good American business it was likely mass produced and frozen before being reheated and sold weeks if not months later.
If you think that is how sausage rolls are meant to be eaten then you're disgusting
>You should see what the yanks did to the sausage roll
Former Brit here. I do miss having the odd sausage roll, as the sausage is very different here. However, the Americans are much more innovative with their use of sausage and, frankly, their sausage is much better than British sausage.
Do you know how I know you're full of shit?
You use the weird yank syntax for sausages.
It's either "a sausage" for singular or "sausages" for plural while Americans simply say "sausage".
Get rekt blagging twat.
Can jf ever go a single thread without shitposting?
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I bought it directly downstairs from my apartment. I agree that it's better to eat street food on the go though.
>Okay, just make sure to have a Kransky some time
Oh, I do. With cottage cheese and sauerkraut, no less. Disgusting, but innovative.
The sausage roll is a classic, do you cut them up into small pieces for parties and get-togethers like we do here?
The perfect sausage roll should be flaky on the outside, and moist sausage meat mixed with onions on the inside. I've had too many disgusting Asian bakery ones where they add peas and carrots to the mix and it tastes like shit
I'd like to taste David Gandy's sausage roll tbqh
England, actually a Geordie here, can't turn a corner here without seeing a Greggs, I guess this must be how Americans feel with Starbucks.
I like them but I much prefer the bacon and cheese wraps or beef pasty.