Britain's First 'Tweet To Eat' Sausage Sandwich Kitchen To Launch For British Sausage Week

To mark the start of British Sausage Week (3rd -9th November), debbie&andrew's are launching what is believed to be Britain's first ever 'tweet to eat' sausage sandwich kitchen.

Bringing A Real Taste of the Country to the city, debbie&andrew's pop-up kitchen will be at Finsbury Avenue Square for one day only on Monday 3rd November, sizzling up a storm in the city and offering Londoners the chance to enjoy a tasty sausage sandwich, with payment in 'tweets' rather than cash.

Phil Vickery MBE, “I am proud to be an ambassador for British Sausage Week 2014. With a farming background and also being a keen cook myself British Sausage Week is a cause close to my heart. This year we are encouraging you all to join us in our celebration of Britain's sausages. Versatile, great tasting and also great value, sausages are the perfect option for the whole family to enjoy. So join me in celebrating the best of our British Bangers.”

Alongside the award winning Perfect Pork Sausage, Londoners who visit the pop up are also being given the opportunity to try brand new Gluten Free Kentish Apple and Cider Pork Sausages which debbie&andrew's are rustling up exclusively for British Sausage Week. British Sausage Week themselves have shortlisted the Perfect Cumberland Sausage, also on the menu.

Ian Bagnall from debbie&andrew's says, “Today's lifestyle may be fast, but we believe in making sausages the slower, old-fashioned way, using the best cuts of British Pork produced on British farms.  We hope our Tweet to Eat pop up will not only create a buzz about quality British sausages, but will bring a taste of the British countryside to the heart of the city.  And we can't wait to hear what people have to say about our brand new Kentish Apple and Cider flavour, which we are trialling exclusively at the pop-up.”

To 'pay' for their sausage, visitors to the pop up will simply have to tweet @d_a_sausages #ideserveasausage and explain why they have earned their nosh.  If the tweet gets the thumbs up from the chef, they will be served a sausage sarnie.

The debbie&andrew's Tweet to Eat pop up is open on Monday 3rd November from 0800am to 1800pm. Finsbury Avenue Square, EC2M2PG


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