There’s just something about this time of year that has me craving comfort food. Last week I shared one of my best sausage recipes and today I’m sharing another favourite sausage recipe of mine. Although we don’t really get fall where I live, the weather has been a bit cooler this week and we even got some rainfall! (It happens so rarely that a shower is a big thing here.)
According to my adorable Simon’s Cat diary and the Google Doodle, as of last Tuesday, we’re officially in autumn and I can totally believe it. September in the Canary Islands normally means blistering sunshine and long hot days, but instead we’ve got cool breezes, the odd cloudy spell and the nights drawing in at around 8pm. That can only mean one thing – fall recipes!
I love sausages. They may not be pretty, trendy or healthy but I love them. And whilst I’m always on the lookout for new sausage pork recipes, the oldies are always my favourites. Good ol’ British bangers ‘n’ mash (sausages and mashed potatoes for those not in the know) is one of my ultimate favourite sausage dishes, so I decided to up the ante a bit and add a fall twist this time.
If you stay at my house overnight, I’ll either serve you up a full English breakfast when you wake up, a seriously over-the-top pancake recipe or if I really like you, I’ll make you some overnight oats. No one has ever actually stayed at my house before – except My Official Treat Taster, but he sort of lives here, so I’m not sure if that counts – but if you were to stay here, I’d definitely make you overnight oats. Because you’re reading my blog and therefore I love you.