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Dorset Sausage

A type of chilled meat loaf.

Described by BFT; "Dorset Sausage is a misnomer because it is really a meat loaf, made a day in advance and left to chill. It is ideal for slicing and taking on a picnic, served as a starter with toast or as a substantial supper dish with a salad."

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