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baron sausage

Byron sausage, devon, fritz: Pick up some baron sausage for the kids on the way home please.
Contributor's comments: Used by 1950's descendants of original white settlers to Bangalow/Byron Bay.

Contributor's comments: Third generation born on the far north coast of NSW "Baron Sausage" was the common term used by our mother. As children we would tell her it was "Byron Sausage" but she would say "that's what I said"!

Contributor's comments: Byron sausage (fritz in SA): "Pick up some Baron sausage on the home please." [heard] from a refugee from Byron Bay hoping to live at Coffin Bay.