Lincolnshire Sausage

Whether you’re having a full English breakfast, bangers and mash, toad in the hole, or a sausage casserole, using Lincolnshire Sausages, one of the UK’s favourite sausages, will add a whole new dimension to your meal.

Lincolnshire Sausages

Plump, juicy, bursting with flavour; there’s a lot to love about Lincolnshire sausages!

It is thought that the Lincolnshire Sausage was first created in the 19th Century, though it is not known exactly when or by whom.

The earliest recorded reference to a recipe for Lincolnshire Sausages was made in May 1886. However, the award-winning John Petit Butchers of Grimsby claims to have a family recipe that dates back to 1810.

The Lincolnshire Sausage is so well-loved within the county that it even has its very own annual sausage festival held in the grounds of Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral every October!