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Yorkshire pudding
Started by: britboy (6743) Report abuse
I can remember visiting Hollinsworth lake between Milnrow and Littleborough, in fact I think I stayed a couple of nights at the camp site, there was a cafe at the side of the lake that sold Yorkshire puddings the size of a dinner plate, they put thick link sausage in them and gravy over the lot, just filled it up, the only time I liked Yorkshires. Anyone recall the place?

I just remembered they used Cumberland sausage , nice long pieces cut of a ring of sausage. delicious

Posted by: britboy (6743) Report abuse

Also found this write up about proper bacon, Spot on

BACON

Posted by: aussie94 (1576) Report abuse
you have me feeling hungry , time for a bacon butty

 
 
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