A Sausage And How To Eat It

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This afternoon we visited Danni and Andy for a housewarming barbecue. First we were given the guided tour of their lovely Victorian semi-detached house.

Washing lines

I couldn’t resist photographing their distant neighbours’ washing.

Andy tending barbecue

The contemporaries of my niece and her husband, some with their children, and older relatives like us, all enjoyed the produce of Andy’s barbecue, and salads made by Elizabeth and Helen.

I will mostly let the randomly placed photographs convey the joyful atmosphere.

Danni decided that I should be photographed, and chose to capture me demonstrating how to eat a sausage.

Needless to say, we needed no further sustenance on our return home.

64 thoughts on “A Sausage And How To Eat It

  1. All these years of chomping on a snag, without realizing I didn’t know how to handle it properly!.
    I don’t know how I can face another sausage again!
    Good to see that your head chef had a day off, she must feel quite strange not having to stand and slave away over sweltering stove producing gourmet dishes.

  2. Looks like a wonderful get together 😊I also love hanging clothes on the line it’s just reminds me of simpler times and nothing can match that scent 😊

  3. Great post Derrick. Loved the pictures and you were right, the pictures described the atmosphere of the event rather well. Looks like it was a fun day for all. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for viewing my post on Oxymorons.

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