Get hands on at The Sausage Factory to make delicious sausages from scratch to take home, and enjoy a lunch featuring a selection of house-made sausages, fresh salads, local beers and artisan wines. This is a social event, and need minimum 6 confirmed guests in order to proceed. We will aim to advise customers within 5 days of the booking, as to whether or not the event will be going ahead.
Had a great morning and lunch. Great experience. Would highly recommend.
Fun class, great teacher, awesome sausages made and super tasty (boozy) lunch ! Highly recommended for a gift for anyone, they’ll love it !
The name of the event sums it up perfectly! Chrissy is a great teacher and we had the best bunch of people in our class. Would highly recommend this social event.
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We all love the delicious taste of sausages but not knowing what’s inside of them is the wurst. Enter the Sydney Sausage Queen, Chrissy Flanagan of Chrissy’s Cuts – producing hand-twisted sausages from 100% ethically-raised meats, fresh herbs and spices – no artificial flavouring or fillers.
Now you can learn to make these sausages with this fun, interactive workshop hosted by Chrissy herself at The Sausage Factory. In this 2-hour lunch workshop, you’ll learn all the steps to making the hand-twisted sausages, as well as get the pro tips about the best meat cuts and herbs for flavouring.
Afterwards, sit down for a lunch and see why Chrissy’s Cuts is the premium choice in Sydney as you savour shared platters featuring seven types of house-made sausages.
Chrissy’s Cuts was born in 2015 and is now used by gastro-pubs, restaurants and independent food stores in New South Wales. Chrissy and her partner, Jim, opened The Sausage Factory in 2017 in the cosy neighbourhood of Dulwich Hill. Featuring a bar, bistro and cellar door, it’s where all the meaty magic happens – where Chrissy’s Cuts are made by day, and sausage lovers can taste the produce by night.