Delia, the founder of Flying Biscuit Cafe and owner of this sausage stand that’s open 24 hours on the weekend, spent over 15 years perfecting her recipe for chicken sausage links, chorizo, patties, and meatballs. Just about every dish where you might expect to find some sort of sausage is available on this menu - get it in lasagna or a breakfast sandwich, meatloaf, or topped with chili and cheese in a bun.
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