Not sausages according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics. Latest research shows that the sale of sausages has fallen since 2008 from £838.2 million to £820.7 million, this equates to a fall of 2.1%. However, the volume sold has fallen by more than a quarter; 26.4% to 330.3 million kilograms over the same period.

The sale of beef, especially steak have increased by 50% since 2008, currently valued at £3 billion. The sale of fresh chicken has also risen by nearly 50% since 2012, increasing from £1.3 billion to £2 billion in 2014.

We have recently teamed up with Worth Brothers Wines, who are going to be giving us lots of advice and tips on great wines and offering us quality wines at great prices delivered direct to your door.

Worth Brothers Wine are an independent wine merchants. It is a family business owned and run by Tim, Richard, Michelle and Monique Worth. They are based in Derbyshire and Staffordshire. Richard and Monique run the Lichfield shop in Staffordshire which opened in 2005 and Tim and Michelle run the Kirk Langley shop in Derbyshire, which opened in 2010.

They stock hundreds of wines to suit all budgets and tastes and specialise in wines from smaller, award winning vineyards. They supply individual and wholesale customers.

The award winning Brechfa Forest Barns is a family run business by Nikki & Jason set in the heart of rural Carmarthenshire. They first started out in 2009 and over the years they have gained many return guests who love their warm and friendly cottages, stunning surroundings and their BBQ Cabin experience.