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Sausage in lard

Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by rik_uk3, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. traderran

    traderran Settler

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    Corned and cabbage Food of the God,s
     
  2. inthewids

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    I used to LOVE corned beef and tomato sauce sarnies :)
     
  3. Shambling Shaman

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    Still do :) if I'm feeling adventurous some English mustard
     
  4. traderran

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    Sardines with tomato is good to go.
     
  5. hiraeth

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    My favorite is pilchards on toast with a few dashs of tabasco
     
  6. ANDYRAF

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    I still miss what was in the 10 man rat pack, chicken in brown sauce, stewed steak that melted in your mouth, processed peas, apricot jam and the afore mentioned cheese and sausages together in a sandwich. MMmmmmmm.

    Andy

    ps I can feel my arteries hardening just thinking of it.
     
  7. Shambling Shaman

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    :D :D :D :D :D There the ones Happy days

    and yes arteries hardening just thinking of it :rolleyes:
     
  8. traderran

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    Now if you want a great sandwich. First put peanut butter on your
    bread next comes onion slices followed by sardines then cheese
    topped off with a tomato slice. Now that is fit to eat
     
  9. durulz

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    Sandwiches are best kept simple.
    A mashed potato sarnie is the food of gods (I'll assume we all agree that a chip butty is the best, and that everything is second to that).
     
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    You are one sick sick man! :tongue-ti:lmao:
     
  11. verloc

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    wholeheartedly agree - but only if there it has so much vinegar splodged on that it makes the bread soggy :notworthy:notworthy:notworthy

    cheese on toast comes a very close second tho'
     
  12. nickg

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    Would now be a good time to start a thread on marmite!!!

    try marmite and cream cheese sarnies

    Cheers
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    And yes the chip buttie rules BUT has to be real butter and tomato sauce
     
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    6 pages on Sausages in Lard fantastic.:lmao:

    Now my two all time fave sarnies for cooking on the fire are fried cheese sandwich and fried egg sarnie.

    I used to work every winter coppicing and we had a fire on the go all the time, a big old fry pan hanging up in a tree out of reach of the dogs. When you are tired on a cold day any food tastes better if fried over an open fire. Of course there were also treat days, one guy who worked with us had been a chef till he had a heart attack at 35, he used to bring out salmon and sea bass to cook wrapped in foil over the fire. During the season we often had fresh venison especially the livers which we didn't have a market for or road kill which you can't sell. Fresh venison liver, fried onions and mushrooms picked on the way to the woods all fried over the fire...yum yum.
     
  14. JohnC

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    Marmite and peanut butter is a favourite toast covering...
    Anyone have any strong views on crisp sandwiches...
     
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    Bovril, with salt and vinigar crisps makes me a happy chap:D
     
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    Marmite and honey on hot toast, lovely.
     
  17. Tadpole

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    :eek: both the foulest puss from the devils cauldron: aargh4:

    you'll be eating parsnips next :p
     
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    scotch pie on a roll with ketchup. undoubtedly a food sent straight from the gods of caledonia. dont get the pie from greigs though. they are too healthy and don't contain enough fat to soak into the roll. :D
     
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    Never has there been truer words said lol

    Also, take one bowl of tomato soup, one hot scotch pie and drop pie into soup. Food of the gods. Great after a day on the hills
     
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    A hot pork pie in a soup bowl full of mushy peas used to be a standard supper where I come from (North Yorkshire).
     

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