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Yorkshire puddings no way?

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Message 1 - posted by U3702965, Feb 22, 2007

Yorkshire puddings better than Cornish pasties and Melton Mowbray pork pies?

The Yorkshire pudding should never have been judge along side the Cornish pasty or a Mowbray pork pie.

Fancy taking a Yorkshire pudding to work for your dinner, what a laugh,

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Message 2 - posted by *RebelBadger*, Feb 22, 2007

I had roast beef and yorkshire pudding for lunch, yum :-)
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Message 3 - posted by geoTamar, Feb 22, 2007

Have to agree with you YC, the Yorkshire pud is not a complete meal in itself, but it probably just has the edge on being wider known than the Cornish pasty.
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Message 4 - posted by Cornishhostssuck, Feb 22, 2007

I hate to step out of line here but Yorkshire Pud has it won for me, only because they are so hard to cook, my Wife rarely does them, thus to find a good Cornish Sunday roast with a really crispy Yorkshire pud is a joyous occasion for me.

The Yorkshire pub is a Sunday treat, the pasty and MM Pork pie are more of a staple, if you ate Yorkshire pud all the time in your lunch box, you would never see your lunch box again.
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Message 5 - posted by FayCoreGasm, Feb 22, 2007

Have to agree with you YC, the Yorkshire pud is not a complete meal in itself, but it probably just has the edge on being wider known than the Cornish pasty.

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Have a meal served in a giant Yorkshire pudding....only dilemma is what to start eating first?

Top Tip for making your own Yorkie pudd is very very hot fat and you should have kept your batter mix in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Don't know why this works, must be the science bit. :-)
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Message 6 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

I suppose all the gravey would run out on your kegs <laugh>
Yorkshire puddings better than Cornish pasties and Melton Mowbray pork pies?

The Yorkshire pudding should never have been judge along side the Cornish pasty or a Mowbray pork pie.

Fancy taking a Yorkshire pudding to work for your dinner, what a laugh,

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Message 7 - posted by U3467391, Feb 22, 2007

Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.
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Message 8 - posted by U7073214 , Feb 22, 2007

Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.

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FLB likes a Frog in the hole
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Message 9 - posted by U2836684, Feb 22, 2007



full roast meal,with yorkshire pudding.

or


a pasty

or

a pork pie.

wow that's a difficult one<erm>
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Message 10 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari, I am getting on the phone right away to the RSPA to report you
Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.

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Message 11 - posted by U3467391, Feb 22, 2007

Oh please don`t Amp,I plead iignorance due to been blond,I thought I was eating sausages honestly,how was I to know what was in them?.
Shari, I am getting on the phone right away to the RSPA to report you
Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.

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Message 12 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari I will let you off . Are you a real blonde?

Watch out Yodell is around somewhere . Posing as mary hinge <laugh>
Oh please don`t Amp,I plead iignorance due to been blond,I thought I was eating sausages honestly,how was I to know what was in them?.
Shari, I am getting on the phone right away to the RSPA to report you
Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.

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Message 13 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari, I think Yorkshire people love their Yorkshire Pudding with jam.
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Message 14 - posted by pixiemeat, Feb 22, 2007

a yorkshire pud is best served with gravy, stuffing balls, roast potatoes, veg & some sunday meat!!



all i had for lunch was a ham & cheese sandwich :(



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Message 15 - posted by U3467391, Feb 22, 2007

A real dark blond with a lightner to bring out the nat hilights,I know do you not notice we are ALLWAYS on diff threads at diff times,that`s no accident Amp,say no more.
Shari I will let you off . Are you a real blonde?

Watch out Yodell is around somewhere . Posing as mary hinge <laugh>
Oh please don`t Amp,I plead iignorance due to been blond,I thought I was eating sausages honestly,how was I to know what was in them?.
Shari, I am getting on the phone right away to the RSPA to report you
Isn`t Toad in the hole a meal with Yorkies?.

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Message 16 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari , when you started talking about sausages . I thought he would not be able to contain him self<laugh>
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Message 17 - posted by U3467391, Feb 22, 2007

I don`t fancy the sweet stuff like jam with Yorkies Amp but I love Northern food like pies and mash (not the London way with funny oil)I love Yorkies with most savoury stuff,fish and chips a la Harry Ramsden type,Barn cakes Bacon Butties and so on,it`s a wonder I am not 10 stone or more I reckon Amp.
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Message 18 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari you must burn it off.
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Message 19 - posted by U3467391, Feb 22, 2007

Don`t encourage him Amp he`s been good for a change and leaving me alone,he`s rearly using all his willpower as well I am sure,you know what he`s like and he must find s`one else than me,I have had too much and am bored with it all and no longer see the funny side in his case,I have no bad feelings for him but just do not want to go there anymore and move on,now lets lighten things up again Amp I used to have a neighbour who looked like Freddie Garrity who used to live near here and I loved Peter Noone who is now in America.
Shari , when you started talking about sausages . I thought he would not be able to contain him self<laugh>

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Message 20 - posted by alanamp, Feb 22, 2007

Shari , Sorry to hear Yodell upset you because he seems a very knowledgeable man.
I think Max Bygraves lives in your area as well.



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