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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    Yorkshire puddings? It's not a Sunday roast ffs!
    Boo with brass knobs on, love the Yorkshires with Chrimbo dinners. Brian Turner recipe (a cup of everything) and yer good to go.

    And you can always have them with some jam or Xmas pud on Boxing Day. Ahh, I'm hungry now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by quackhandle View Post
    Boo with brass knobs on, love the Yorkshires with Chrimbo dinners. Brian Turner recipe (a cup of everything) and yer good to go.

    And you can always have them with some jam or Xmas pud on Boxing Day. Ahh, I'm hungry now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    He's from Manchester
    Just be a pasty barm for him then. Or some bury black pudding.

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    With everyone stuffing their faces with copious amounts of delicious Christmas nosh, hopefully, you'll all be getting one of these for Christmas too....


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    That's had more fillings than nlady on a Saturday night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCyclingProgrammer View Post
    Christmas Day at the mother in laws. Turkey I think.
    You should find out - flights will be quite busy at this time of year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quackhandle View Post
    Boo with brass knobs on, love the Yorkshires with Chrimbo dinners. Brian Turner recipe (a cup of everything) and yer good to go.

    And you can always have them with some jam or Xmas pud on Boxing Day. Ahh, I'm hungry now....

    qh
    My granddad (RIP) introduced me to jam on yorkshires, much to my mum's dismay. I used to make her avoid getting gravy near my yorkies so I could have them unsullied with jam on. Fully converted to having them for afters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    My granddad (RIP) introduced me to jam on yorkshires, much to my mum's dismay. I used to make her avoid getting gravy near my yorkies so I could have them unsullied with jam on. Fully converted to having them for afters.
    good for cheese toasties, too
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    My granddad (RIP) introduced me to jam on yorkshires, much to my mum's dismay. I used to make her avoid getting gravy near my yorkies so I could have them unsullied with jam on. Fully converted to having them for afters.


    Funnily enough I've just brought some pigs in blankets.

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