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    Cool Sausage Casserole

    This is an old school mate of mine cooking his sausage casserole

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    One thing I've never tried. Love bangers but never had them in a casserole. Great problem solver with the magnet, simple and effective!
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    that must require some patience!!!

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    Never thought of cutting up the sausages prior to cooking, will give it a go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Never thought of cutting up the sausages prior to cooking, will give it a go.
    Makes a heck of a difference, allows the sausage juices out into the casserole and the casserole flavourings into the sausages. Same principle applies to sausage curry, my favourite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggertech View Post
    Makes a heck of a difference, allows the sausage juices out into the casserole and the casserole flavourings into the sausages. Same principle applies to sausage curry, my favourite.
    I'm all for that
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    I'm all for that
    My mouth is watering now, wish I had the makings stocked!

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    We get ours from an Italian place that make their own. Tinned tomatoes, chickpeas, beans etc. In a slow cooker.

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    Bloody impressive, I tip my hat.

    I remember when I got my first house with my wife, sausage casserole used to be a staple for us. Back then it was a pack of Sainsbury’s Economy Sausages a Coleman’s Sausage Casserole sauce mix, an onion and a tin of baked beans. We used to so enjoy it, I haven’t had it in over 20 years. Might have to rustle up a modern day posh version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yumma View Post
    Bloody impressive, I tip my hat.

    I remember when I got my first house with my wife, sausage casserole used to be a staple for us. Back then it was a pack of Sainsbury’s Economy Sausages a Coleman’s Sausage Casserole sauce mix, an onion and a tin of baked beans. We used to so enjoy it, I haven’t had it in over 20 years. Might have to rustle up a modern day posh version.
    Remember those early days vividly. Tough but fun!

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    As a former physio and a present-day hopeless cook, I was more interested in your friend's dexterity and problem solving skills as well as the simple but effective adaptations, such as the magnet on a post. Impressive and humbling.

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    Genuinely humbling so thanks for sharing. I recognise life has made him have to find solutions but his patience and dexterity are so good. Total hats off video.

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    That is amazing. He has more dexterity than most people i'd wager!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonRA View Post
    As a former physio and a present-day hopeless cook, I was more interested in your friend's dexterity and problem solving skills as well as the simple but effective adaptations, such as the magnet on a post. Impressive and humbling.
    I met up with Tom at an old boys day around 5 years ago. You should see how he drives a car. He doesn’t hang about either. Very disconcerting seeing the steering wheel spinning around but nothing touching it.

    I was a nervous passenger until I said to myself “hang on he does this day in day out”👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggertech View Post
    Makes a heck of a difference, allows the sausage juices out into the casserole and the casserole flavourings into the sausages. Same principle applies to sausage curry, my favourite.

    Never had a sausage curry , I will be trying one out later on .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazmo61 View Post
    Never had a sausage curry , I will be trying one out later on .
    Wonderfull, hope you enjoy :)

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    Inspiring, Even if he is a vegetarian :-)

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    That’s fairly incredible.

    I’ve never had a sausage casserole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch View Post
    I met up with Tom at an old boys day around 5 years ago. You should see how he drives a car. He doesn’t hang about either. Very disconcerting seeing the steering wheel spinning around but nothing touching it.

    I was a nervous passenger until I said to myself “hang on he does this day in day out”
    How does the car steer? Bet it wasn’t as nerve racking as being driven by a woman though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southerner101 View Post
    How does the car steer? Bet it wasn’t as nerve racking as being driven by a woman though.
    He had a Volvo V70 estate car.. Automatic of course. The original steering wheel is in place so that other people can drive the car.

    On the floor of the car where the drivers footrest would be, was a small disc with a knob on it. Tom places the knob between his big toe and the next toe and simply uses his foot to turn the disc. He uses his right foot to operate the throttle and brake.

    Indicator and light stalks all extended so that he can use his chin to operate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch View Post
    He had a Volvo V70 estate car.. Automatic of course. The original steering wheel is in place so that other people can drive the car.

    On the floor of the car where the drivers footrest would be, was a small disc with a knob on it. Tom places the knob between his big toe and the next toe and simply uses his foot to turn the disc. He uses his right foot to operate the throttle and brake.

    Indicator and light stalks all extended so that he can use his chin to operate.

    Blimey! A YouTube video of that would get some views I bet!

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    Impressive.

    Another good one to try.

    It's like a cottage pie but you use sausages, tinned chopped tomatoes, mushrooms, onions and a touch of garlic if you like it.
    I tend to quickly brown the sausages in a pan too and then chop them up.

    Stick them in an oven proof dish and stick mashed potato on top and a sprinkling of cheese. Cook it like you would your cottage/shepherds pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggertech View Post
    Wonderfull, hope you enjoy :)

    Very , very nice . A firm favourite in our household now , thanks for the idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazmo61 View Post
    Very , very nice . A firm favourite in our household now , thanks for the idea
    A pleasure :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan*S View Post
    Impressive.

    Another good one to try.

    It's like a cottage pie but you use sausages, tinned chopped tomatoes, mushrooms, onions and a touch of garlic if you like it.
    I tend to quickly brown the sausages in a pan too and then chop them up.

    Stick them in an oven proof dish and stick mashed potato on top and a sprinkling of cheese. Cook it like you would your cottage/shepherds pie.
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