Arrse Sausages! Whatever next?


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We've had a very generous offer from an arrser whose wife makes sausages. She will create a batch of pork sausages, with a flavour chosen by an arrser and a name chosen by an arrser, for us to sell or auction.

If it's a success, they'll keep the recipe going, with 10% of sales going to MDN's hamster-bothering fund.

The plan is to use this thread for arrsers to suggest an arrse-themed name and an ingredient (i.e. Bombardier beer for Gunner's Sausages, Grated Mushroom for Mr. Mushroom Head Sausages).

After a week we'll run a poll to pick the most popular ingredient an name, then we'll be selling/raffling/auctioning the sausages.

So, over to the imagination of arrsers. Please keep it clean-ish, remember that people will be eating the sausages (so Brasso and Blanco are off the ingredient list) and the name needs to be amusing but saleable.

Suggestions close on Monday 31st August at 6 p.m., when the poll will start.


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Markintime said:
Compo Sausages - food of the Gods. Now, if she can recreate those she'll be on to a winner!
Have to admit that crossed my mind, but who could tell her the recipe without shooting her afterwards, which would be cruel?

I'm thinking 'Big Bertha' for the name, but can't think of an ingredient to represent it. They have to be pork, not bully-beef based!


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"The Missing Sausage"

from the middle of a compo tin :cry:
Bacon Grill sausages.
"exercise bangers"
How about sausages with the brown sauce already in them?

Very handy on exercise, I'm sure.


Markintime said:
Compo Sausages - food of the Gods. Now, if she can recreate those she'll be on to a winner!
She's got the recipe from the 1954 Army Manual of Catering Services, if that's any help. And the one from the 1970 edition.
In homage to our esteemed ARRSE logo geezer, I reckon they should have potato in them. But they should also have swede in them too, since he wasn't really a spud (honest, Mattel), but a swede that got people confused...


How's about adding Basil, Oregano, Garlic, Tomato Puree and loads of smoked Paprika.

As for a name, "Minister Don Nut's Ecclesiastical Special"**, "The Divine Banger" , "Vicar's Vented Spleen". Give me a while and maybe I can come up with more.

**I know that's his old moniker but "Mighty" doesn't quite sound the same


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Pork & Pickle would be nice.

Not feeling imaginative enough to think of a name.

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