ncountable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
- [Cookery/Cocina] salchicha (feminine) German sausage embutido (masculine) al estilo alemán you silly sausage! (British English/inglés británico) ¡anda, tontorrón or tontito! [colloquial/familiar] not a sausage (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] nada de nada [colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre) sausage machine máquina (feminine) de hacer salchichas sausage meat carne (feminine) de salchichaMore example sentences
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- Though our story is about poultry, it could just as easily be about the pork chop, sausages, or salami sticks in your shopping basket.
- In medieval Europe pork was certainly the meat most used in sausages, and pepper was the most common spice.
- This simple pasta dish combines pork sausages with fresh fennel bulbs in a soft, subtly anise-flavoured sauce for spaghetti.
- The buffet is packed with stuff like sirloin, pork, shrimp, calamari, chicken, andouille and smoked sausage, as well as hamburger and hot dogs.
- Pigs are usually slaughtered before Christmas, smoked, made into sausage, and preserved for use throughout the year.
- Try salty, spicy or smoked meats, such as ham, sausage, cold cuts or wieners.
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