Okay, it is too funny that Joanna started a post about food today because I just knew I had to post this when I got some food this morning. I participated in a new program my church is doing called Angel Food Ministries this month. This ministry collects donations of food and some food surplus from restaurant suppliers and packages it up and sells it in boxes through local churches. It allows anyone who wishes to participate to buy a box of food for $30 that has a retail value of twice that or more. Then they take any profits and use it to feed people who cannot feed themselves. I think it is a pretty neat program! It is my first month to participate and I went to pick up my food this morning. You get a menu ahead of time that lists everything that will be in the box and one of the items this month was "honey pork sausage." Sounds good. When I got home an unpacked the food into my freezer, I cracked up when I saw the package.Obviously not from around here! If you cannot read the smaller type, it says that it is from "England's Oldest Family Owned Butchers", and under the Honey Pork it says "Authentic British Style Bangers - 10 Percent Rusk." Now, maybe Tina (being practically British herself now) could have looked at this package and known immediately what to do with it. I, on the other hand, have never heard of a "banger" referring to food, and I have no idea what rusk is. It doesn't sound so appetizing though. So I looked it up. Turns out bangers are just sausages, and rusk just refers to twice baked bread - I am assuming in a sausage that means bread crumbs. Anyway, ever since going to London 10 years ago and marrying a British Bloke, I have been interested in all things British. I looked up banger's recipes and discovered Bangers and Mash. Check it out for a picture and serving idea! I'm not sure when I'll serve these up, but I am looking forward to it!