a dark sausage with a high content of blood, especially one made with diced pork fat, pork blood, chopped onion, etc., usually stuffed in casings and cooked by broiling, frying, or boiling.
- Also called black pudding.
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How to use blood sausage in a sentence
Sure enough, customers can order two, four or six eggs atop fried potatoes, plates that can be accessorized with different meats, including jamon and blood sausage.José Andrés brings Spanish comfort food — including a lot of eggs — to Bethesda | Tom Sietsema | July 9, 2021 | Washington Post
She spent a year and a half regularly trekking to her local farmers market, where a pork producer would give her fresh blood in plastic containers, and compiling recipes that go beyond the expected blood sausage.Blood is a respected ingredient around the world, but less so in the U.S. A new book aims to change that. | Mayukh Sen | February 26, 2021 | Washington Post
We eat octopus, blood sausage, and pig ears together without thinking twice.
The recipes Stephane shares, from blood sausage to braised pork, share so many tricks of the trade.
They also gave out potatoes, kohlrabi, bread and blood sausage at times.The Biography of a Rabbit | Roy Benson
They went out for Ukrainian food, which Perry had never had before, but the crepes and the blood sausage were tasty enough.Makers | Cory Doctorow
We were eating the rarity of blood sausage and the fourth man kept his seat to help himself from the next man's plate.Friends of France | Various
The blood sausage was another story andit was a long while before I could eat it.The Biography of a Rabbit | Roy Benson
British Dictionary definitions for blood sausage
US and Canadian a kind of black sausage made from minced pork fat, pig's blood, and other ingredients: Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): black pudding
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