Sausage Queen to share secrets at fair

DULWICH Hill is emerging as Sydney’s new home of artisan producers – counting Chrissy’s Cuts Sausages, Kombu Kombucha, Rosa Cienfuegos’ Mexican Deli, Drunken Sailor Jams and Baked by Keiran among its numbers – and the Inner West suburb’s Annual Fair is on again to encourage more to start their own business in the neighbourhood.

Sydney’s Sausage Queen Chrissy Flanagan has founded ‘Dully Locals’ to showcase the special things happening in the diverse and rapidly changing area, and ease the way for Sydneysiders looking to start food and bev businesses.
“There’s a real generational shift happening with us 20 and 30 somethings, a burning desire to get out of the office and make some stuff with our hands,” Chrissy said.
“So the drive and excitement is there, but it’s totally overwhelming trying to work out where to start. That’s where Dully Locals comes in, demystifying the process.”
Dully Locals will have a dedicated stage at Dulwich Hill Village Fair on Sunday, September 15, 10am-4pm, to get you started, including a panel discussion with the Inner West Brewers Association, Inner West Council and NSW Business Connect.
Local producers will then demonstrate how they make their produce throughout the day, all while a communal knitting circle for yarn bombing rages on.
The Dully Locals food stand will feature a one-off collaboration between Chrissy’s Cuts and Rosa Cienfuegos’ Mexican Deli, and Wayward Brewing will be sampling their beers throughout the day.
“There’s a residential community here ready to support new businesses, and a business community where we make time to talk about what we’ve learned and the mistakes to avoid,” Chrissy said.
For more info and to find out about monthly talks on offer for new or potential businesses, email
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