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View Poll Results: Do you eat tode in the hole
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Old 01-29-2007, 05:53 PM   #11
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I'm sorry; but when I think of British cooking, I can't help but think of "Two Fat Ladies" whipping pigeon hearts into submission as the base for sheep eye pudding. Of course I'm only kidding; but don't get me started on Scottish cooking...Haggis...yummmmm!

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Old 01-29-2007, 05:59 PM   #12
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I'm sorry; but when I think of British cooking, I can't help but think of "Two Fat Ladies" whipping pigeon hearts into submission as the base for sheep eye pudding. Of course I'm only kidding; but don't get me started on Scottish cooking...Haggis...yummmmm!
The Scots also invented 'deep fried battered pizza'. A heart attack per slice....
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Old 01-29-2007, 06:05 PM   #13
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I'm sorry; but when I think of British cooking, I can't help but think of "Two Fat Ladies" whipping pigeon hearts into submission as the base for sheep eye pudding. Of course I'm only kidding; but don't get me started on Scottish cooking...Haggis...yummmmm!

Lol. I used to enjoy watching their creations. They did have some good stuff, unfortunately their show title and cooking style were not unrelated . Interestingly, the one lady died from cancer (smoking?) rather than from high cholesterol.
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Old 01-29-2007, 06:13 PM   #14
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I love those!! Nobody in Canada has ever heard of them. I'm spreading the word though.

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Old 01-29-2007, 06:23 PM   #15
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The Scots also invented 'deep fried battered pizza'. A heart attack per slice....
We used to eat them every lunch-time at high school, no joke. A half battered pizza and a can of irn-bru. Don't forget the 'deep fried mars bar'!

No wonder life expectancy is lower than Africa in some parts of Glasgow.
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Old 01-29-2007, 06:23 PM   #16
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Haggis....I'm still the only person I know who BBQs it with goats cheese or griddles it for breakfast with black pudding.

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Haggis....I'm still the only person I know who BBQs it with goats cheese or griddles it for breakfast with black pudding.

Hehe, yeah I made Boudin Noir a few months back. Never had Haggis though.
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Hehe, yeah I made Boudin Noir a few months back.
Boudin Noir? A dirty French term for 'black pudding'!!!!!
I don't eat meat anymore (for various reasons) but I can get a fantastic 'Veggie Boudin Noir' that tastes GREAT - just like the real thing.
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The toad in a hole I'm familiar with is a slightly sweet sausage in a flake pastry wrap.

The Americanized version is Pig in a Blanket, made with Oscar Meyer's hot dogs and Pop'n Fresh biscuit in a can.

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I'm sorry; but when I think of British cooking, I can't help but think of "Two Fat Ladies" whipping pigeon hearts into submission as the base for sheep eye pudding. Of course I'm only kidding; but don't get me started on Scottish cooking...Haggis...yummmmm!
Haggis is too cultured for you lot. ...and just what would you Americans know about cooking anyho?

Seriously though, haggis is nice - mostly oats and spices. Just hearts, kidneys, liver. The stomach is used to wrap (normally just plastic these days) and it is NOT eaten. Deep fried with chips is the best way (oh and with whisky of course)
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