Make loads of proper sausages. As good as german and italian ones are, british sausages are by far and away the best.
a small list, stolen from t'internet as I couldn't be bothered typing it all out
Cumberland Sausage - A hefty, chunky sausage easily identified as it comes in a continuous spiral. Spiced with pepper this a flavoursome sausage and a good all-rounder.
Gloucester Sausage - As the name implies, is made with Gloucester Old Spot Pork, nicely flavoured with sage.
Lincolnshire Sausage - All herby and meaty, often heady with sage and sometime a little thyme.
Manchester Sausage - A herby sausage containing cloves, ginger, nutmeg, mace and white pepper.
Marylebone Sausage - Expect mace, sage and ginger in this traditional London butchers sausage.
Oxford Sausage - Sage and savory, a touch of marjoram, lemon pork and veal - a nicely refined sausage.
Pork and Apple- The apple in this pork sausage opens itself up to using cider in the mix thus creating a lovely moist sausage much loved in the West Country.
Square Slicing Sausage aka Lorne - Made from a mixture of pork and beef. Conveniently this sausage sits very well in a sandwich and is often found on the breakfast plate.
Suffolk Sausage - Coarse sausage similar not unlike a Lincolnshire
Tomato Sausage - Always a favourite with children with a distinctive red color and light tomato flavour.
Yorkshire Sausage - Expect a sausage flavoured with cayenne, a pinch of nutmeg, white pepper and mace. Delicious.
Also black and white pudding.