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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:11 pm 
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have a burger and fries ,you'll be fine


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No one can make Yorkshire puds like my gran could....

I gave up trying years ago - but these look like a jolly noble first attempt.


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I am guessing 180/200 odds for temp, they look nicely crunchy.

Stew looks bloody tasty too! I did a venison stew and chicken stew for a dinner party a couple of weeks back and now I see your plateful I realise I should have done some Yorks Puds an all.

Your family are lucky to have a dad who can cook!

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they look like aunt bessie anything you wanna add there LGF :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

God im missing home cooked food now ships fod is never as good even though it is good just not as good as home :cry: :cry: :cry:


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I have Yorkshire blood on my mothers side.........i'd eat them they look great......oddly as a kid my granny used to tell me they would eat the Yorkshire puddings with butter.not smothered in gravy !............but she also made a jam pasties once...........i thought they was meat and put it on a plate and did put gravy on that....didn't blooming eat it though when i saw jam oozing out of it :shock:


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butter and a hint of sugar....mmmm


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sure my granny had butter and jam on them.............yorkshire cheese cake as well, proper baked cheese cake not that stuff coverd in white goo.


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gibbleking wrote:
butter and a hint of sugar....mmmm


Heathen I tell ya, heathen


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Here we go Yorkshire curd tart.proper cheese cake :D
http://britishfood.about.com/od/cakesan ... rdtart.htm
(sorry off on a tangent)


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