10 Obscure Sausages From Around the World

Enter here for an international sausage fest.


Few foods are more perfect than the sausage. Think about it: meat, fat, and spices all rolled up into a convenient tube, with endless flavor combinations and cooking techniques at the cook’s disposal.

But despite the dizzying array of encased meats on offer, it’s easy to get stuck in the hotdog-bratwurst rut, grilling up the same tired franks year after year. With football season in full swing, we break down ten lesser-known sausages from around the world—bring ’em to your next tailgate and be crowned the parking lot king.

Written by Jamie Feldmar (@jfeldmar)

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  • OrlandoAndy

    Csabai is great, but as you said it’s similar to salami. I’ve not yet found a sausage similar to Hurka, a liver and rice creation my Grandmother used to make.

  • Chase

    I was REALLY hope y’all were going to feature Stonewurst (Latvian Cognac sausage). I can’t find it anywhere in the States!

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