You don't really see square sausages down South, but I cannot understand why we don't sell them – they're great for breakfast as you can slide your egg on to a slice of sausage or stack up your bacon and mushrooms on top. My preferred way is in a sandwich as it fits exactly in a small square-ish loaf shape; or you can alternatively flatten it to fit the bread.
If you're wondering where on earth you're going to find square sausages, the best thing to do is to make your own; simply buy some good-quality sausage meat and mould them with a fish slice or palette knife.
8 slices of a square good-quality loaf
500g good-quality sausagemeat
A little vegetable or corn oil for frying
Mould the sausagemeat into flat squares that are just a bit larger than your slices of bread.
Heat the oil in a heavy frying pan and cook the sausagemeat on a fairly high heat for about 2-3 minutes on each side.
Serve between buttered bread or non-buttered slices of bread.