sausage rollMeat and Pies

Delish’s speciality, is our homemade British pies and other British “delicacies”, which are all made in the store using traditional recipes and ingredients. Meat pies include Steak & Kidney, Chicken & Vegetable, Scotch Pies and many more. Cornish Pasties, Sausage Rolls, Pork Pies and Scotch Eggs are also cooked in the store’s kitchen.

For entrees to go we have Bangers and Mash, Cottage Pie and Liver, Bacon and Onions. Not to be outdone, dessert treats are also available e.g. Apple Pies, Rhubarb & Strawberry Pies, Fruit Crumbles and Bread Pudding.

The pies are available freshly cooked to eat in or take home. We also have really great tasting Samosas such as Chicken, Spinage and Feta and Vegetable, our Pakoras are suitable for vegetarians.

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We make sausages twice a week with a local sausage maker to traditional British recipes. Our Sausages are hand made, We sell:

  • Cumberland Pork Sausages
  • Pork Chipolatas
  • Pork Sage and Onion Sausage Meat
  • Curried Pork Sausage

cumberland sausageHistory Cumberland Sausage

Cumberland Sausage has been in existence for almost 500 years. It has its roots in the ancient county of England called Cumberland. This county is now a part of Cumbria. This food item was sold in long length. In fact, it was as long as 50 cm. It was like a coil and sold by the weight of this sausage or its length. Originally, Cumberland sausages did not include any preservatives or colors. It was free of additives and the meat was cut with hand to avoid any gristle. This dish was highly seasoned. These days, the Cumberland sausages recipe has undergone changes and is available in shorter lengths.


sqaure sausageThe History Of The Square Sausage - Tommy Lorne

It is thought that the Lorne sausage, which also goes by the names of square sausage, sliced sausage or sausage slice, was an invention of the Scottish comedian Tommy Lorne who lived from 1890 and died in 1935. He was born in Kirkintilloch near Glasgow. His birth name was Hugh Gallagher Corcoran. Tommy Lorne performed in many Scottish theatres and often performed in Glasgow and Edinburgh and was much in demand for pantomime. In his own acts he would apply white make-up and wear a short kilt, a glengarry, boots that were far too big for him and a jacket that was short. He spoke in an hilarious high pitched voice. Tommy Lorne was famed for several catchphrases such as "In the name of the wee man" and "Ah'll get ye", and "If Ah don't get you the coos'll get ye.

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back baconBritish Style Back Bacon & Gammon Ham

We Cure Our Own British Style Back Bacon & Gammon Ham. We use old European traditional methods for curing our bacon It takes at least two weeks to cure the pork until it becomes bacon. Bacon is made from fresh pork which has been cured (preserved with salt) so that it will keep for longer. Unlike the massed produced bacon that is pumped with water and phosphates for curing and extra weight. Our pork is cured the natural way, over time. You can taste the difference.