Sausage Men

IMGP1478Run, run, run, as fast as you can;
You can’t catch me, I’m a sausage man!

Well, the poem might never catch on, but that was what we had for dinner tonight: sausage men. And teddy bears. And stars. And even a couple of sausage sausages.

Basically, I got a packet of sausage meat, rolled it out (with flour), and used cookie cutters. We weren’t sure whether it would work, but it did.

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A person, a teddy, and two stars.

A person, a teddy, and two stars.

Apparently, cute-shaped meat brings out the small child in even the least mature of people.

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My younger sister (15) hasn’t quite yet learnt not to play with her food.

Dinner was finished off with some of Maria Tedesco’s dairy-free pear cake, topped with Upper Sturt Primary School pear and cinnamon jam, courtesy of the students at my local primary school – all forty or so of them.

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Pear cake.

Pear cake.

The ultimate in organic, local, community-based products.

The ultimate in organic, local, community-based products.

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The Sturt’s Desert Pea is the state floral emblem, as well as the primary school’s logo.

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One thought on “Sausage Men

  1. […] It’s been a while since I’ve done a food post, hasn’t it? You can read some of my past cooking adventures here: fried rice, spaghetti bolognaise, apricot chicken, leftovers pasta, and “sausage men“. […]

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