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"Hello Chipolata" A new term of endearment, emerging from around Ann Street in Brisbane Australia. --203.51.207.28 10:48, 25 April 2006 (UTC)Chops.

Definitely of British origin. The name does seem English whilst they're freely available in France and other European countries, named Chipolatas but they are copy cats.

"Definitely of British origin"?!? WTF is this, a frigging joke??? http://www.theworldwidegourmet.com/?action=ingredient_show&id=123&lg=en http://www.recipetips.com/glossary-term/t--33941/chipolata-sausage.asp CRConrad 08:55, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

"The name does seem English" no it doesn't it sounds spanish. 01:52, 14 April 2018 (UTC)01:52, 14 April 2018 (UTC)~ — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:40C:8300:1D35:40A2:8B02:4446:1E6A (talk)

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Mexico?![edit]

It seems that the definition of chipolata has developed a bit of a wikiality life of its own, with the claim it's from Mexico. Two problems with this -- Diana Kennedy never mentions the word to begin with, and she's pretty damn authoritative, and besides which, if it was really Mexican, wouldn't the English and French names derive from "cebollada" (Spanish) rather than "cipollata" (Italian)? I think some documentation is needed. Haikupoet (talk) 04:45, 22 October 2008 (UTC)

Photo of Chipolata-type sausage?[edit]

See photo now added to article - having heard no real issues, I decided to add it. Geoff T C 00:49, 1 February 2009 (UTC)

Anyone know if this photo, from Commons, illustrates the chipolata-type of sausage? Geoff T C 16:21, 11 December 2008 (UTC)


Copied from my Talk page. Geoff T C 17:41, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

Photo of Chipolata-type sausage?[edit]

Well, as a French who often eat such sausages, and as far as I can see, the two on the left (pink and brown one) size looks like chipolatas. The red one, I have some doubts. I need to eat a bit of each to be sure ;) Oc.Gal. (talk) 00:41, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

The photo's description in Commons is: "French sausage made out of canard, Italian sausage made out of pork and Moroccon Merguez made out of lamb, roasted." I believe this starts from the left-most sausage and describes each from left to right, as the last, or right-most sausage, does look like merguez. So do we call these chipolatas and add the photo to the article or can anyone offer a more representative photo? Geoff T C 21:40, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
They look like chipolatas superficially, but probably wouldn't be considered to be such in the UK. Chipolatas are pork sausages, basically the same as full sized British pork sausages but in a thinner case. I'll try to remember to take a photo next time I cook some. --Ef80 (talk) 18:32, 18 November 2012 (UTC)

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