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Your secret fantasy can be finally be realized while your closest consorts bare witness to your sensational sausage-making prowess.

Ever stabbed a fork into your breakfast sausage and wonder how it’s all done? The answer might put you off snags for the rest of your life. However, if fascination with the production of quality sausages persists, or if you know a closet sausage lover who needs some lads time, a new sausage-making workshop from Hong Kong’s Feather & Bone will sate all appetites (well, most).

This November, Hong Kong butcher Feather & Bone, invites meat lovers and butchery enthusiasts to join private sausage-making masterclasses. The interactive classes will be held in Feather & Bone Mid-Level’s state of the art cutting room. Those attending will learn everything there is to know about sausage preparation, from deboning a pork shoulder to getting sausages perfectly seasoned, cased and fired up.

Led by Master Butcher Steve, Feather & Bone’s in-house expert, the masterclasses will begin with participants butchering a premium cut of large-format on-the-bone meat. Attendees will then learn to grind meat in a sausage grinder before choosing to follow a Feather & Bone signature sausage recipe, or getting creative with a variety of seasonings, including wine, beer, paprika, sage, and onion — the possibilities are endless.

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For those who wish to taste-test the fruits of their labour, a frying pan is available for testing small batches of seasoned sausage meat. Free-flow beer and house wine are included and keep the laughs going throughout the engaging class.

Before walking away with a kilo of the sausages, class attendees can head over to Feather & Bone’s popular restaurant terrace across the road, for a sit-down sausage feast prepared by Hong Kong’s best butchers. The class is priced at HK$980 (US$124) per person, and bookings for classes between 4 and 6 people can be made here.

Time to cast away your curiosity.

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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