Pambula wears a crown among Sausage Kings

Jamie Parkes, of JD's Meats, Pambula holds up a tray of his prize-winning beef sausages which took out first prize in this year’s Australian Meat Industry Council NSW/ACT Sausage King and Best Butchers Burger Far South Coast Competitions.

Jamie Parkes, of JD's Meats, Pambula holds up a tray of his prize-winning beef sausages which took out first prize in this year’s Australian Meat Industry Council NSW/ACT Sausage King and Best Butchers Burger Far South Coast Competitions.

The winners from this year’s Australian Meat Industry Council NSW/ACT Sausage King and Best Butchers Burger Far South Coast Competitions were announced on Wednesday. JD’s Meats from Pambula won a first in traditional Australian beef sausage and will be heading to the state finals.

JD's Meats also received a second prize for their pork sausages, a third for the lamb and sun-dried tomato sausages and a second for their country style beef burger.

Barrabarroo Farm Fresh Meats from Quaama took three firsts - in poultry with its duck, orange and pistachio sausage, in continental for a German bratwurst and in gourmet for its exotic coconut curry sausage.

Bega Valley Meats won the ttraditional Australian pork category.

Brown’s Eden Butchery took out the first prize for best butcher’s burger, with its homestyle burger.

Bayside Meats and Deli from Batemans Bay won the first in Australia lamb/open for its lamb, fresh olives, garlic, herbs and fetta cheese. 

The winners will go on to the state finals in Wollongong in October, and the winners from there will go onto the national finals in Adelaide, February 2015.

JD’s Meats from Pambula has previously gone to the nationals, and Barrabarroo and Brown’s have been to the state finals.

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