Lorne or square is a debate that has raged for decades over what a flat piece of Scottish sliced sausage should be called. Brian Stormont looks at the history and appeal of the breakfast staple.
A piece of sausage meat on a roll with some brown sauce, for me, is something of absolute delight, particularly on a weekend morning when you don’t have to rush off to work.
But, wait a minute, I can hear you all saying, what does he mean by a “piece of sausage meat”?
What to call square sausage meat has been the subject of debate in Scotland for decades, with the answer generally depending on where you live.