Definition of Cumberland sausage in English:

Cumberland sausage

Line breaks: Cum¦ber|land saus|age
Pronunciation: /kʌmbələndˈsɒsɪʤ
 
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noun

[mass noun] British
  • A type of coarse sausage traditionally made in a continuous strip and cooked and served as a spiral.
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    • They range from Italian meatball, Cajun chicken, Cumberland sausage and ever-generous steak, to all manner of variations - and the Specials Board is constantly changing.
    • Products range from cured ham and Cumberland sausage to champion black puddings, with goat's cheese from Knutsford, pickles from Oldham and sticky toffee pudding from Cartmel.
    • I chose a good northern dish - Cumberland sausage with black pudding and as soon as saw it I regretted the cheese and onion toastie I'd rustled up when I got home from work.

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