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Meet LES Sausages

What is a good sausage? Obviously the answer will be different if you are in Buenos Aires or Shanghai, Chicago or Sydney, but one thing remain, a good sausage IS a winner.

At the Flying Frenchman we combine the tradition of French Charcuterie with flavours of the world, using recipes inspired by a lifetime of exploration and curiosity.

We currently have seven great ready-to-cook Flying Frenchman flavours to choose from, and many more to come. Take your tastebuds for a trip! Look at the ingredients here, and how we make them below.

 
 
 
 
 
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TOULOUSE UPON THAMES

Pure pork sausage, using the coarse grind of the famous Toulouse sausage, mixed with a cumberland style seasoning. C est l entente cordiale!

 
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VOODOO DELIGHT

Straight out of “the Big Easy”, New Orleans style legendary andouille. A combination of pork, bacon and beef with voodoo spices. A dip in the bayou (without ‘gator!)

 
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PORCOBELLO

Pork with wild fennel seeds from Sicily, balsamic reduction and aji molido (Argentinian chilli). Delicate mediterranean flavour. 

 
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POLLO LOCO

Pure chicken sausage with Pimenton de Piquillos (Spanish red peppers) and fresh coriander. Healthier option, but certainly not low key.

 
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THE DRAGON BREATH

Chinese porksausage with cinnamon, rice wine and a pinch of chilli and muscovado sugar. Sweet and hot.

 
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Little Ones

Delicious finger size chicken sausage, with a twist of bacon and a hint of fresh oregano. 

 
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Merguez

The favourite sausage in France, originally from North Africa, half beef and half lamb marinated in spices and fresh mint!

 
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How about something from our Deli range?

 
 
 
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Porcini Saucisson

A rustic but delicate flavour of pork and porcini, the best match with your glass of Malbec.

 
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Saucisse Séche

Straight from Auvergne in France. A real staple of the "aperitif", the French national sport, did anyone say drinks before dinner!? 

 
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