Black Pudding

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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Simon_100 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:46 pm

jhwg_95 wrote:
The Spanish Biker wrote:
jhwg_95 wrote:
Where in Sussex is this butchers? I am from Hastings myself...
Well the photo of me having a beer was outside the Victory Inn at Staplefield. Still looks like a 'real' pub!

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But the butcher's was up a sort of alleyway just off the 'high' street at Cuckfield. I've just tried to find on Goggly but no joy there. :( Why, do you remember it?

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Simon
Well I can't say I do but that could be because I wasn't born until 1995... :laugh:
Ha ha, you may not believe it but we managed to get by somehow, back in the day when 'pub grub' was a jar of pickled eggs and a startling choice of ready salted* or cheese-n-onion crisps ...

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* I can remember crisps with the salt in a little twist of blue paper - but only just ... :whistle:
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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Simon_100 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:49 pm

chickenDinner wrote:I've heard that white pudding is the new black pudding. Have you tried it?
Surely that shouykd be 'non-coloured'* in this day and age ... :evil:

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Re: Black Pudding

Post by herman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:52 pm

chickenDinner wrote:I've heard that white pudding is the new black pudding. Have you tried it?
blasphemy, cut off his head.
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Re: Black Pudding

Post by herman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:57 pm

jhwg_95 wrote:
herman wrote:stayed in Cumbria a couple of years ago and the local chippy had it battered, result.I oft have some as a burger filling.
You can't beat a black pudding sandwich! May have to try battered!

On a side note Herman I am the proud owner of your old xt660 and it turns out that three of us owners of the same bike were at the rally this weekend! (Roger was there too). Did you spot it?
I thought I did but was sat on my arse eating an ice lolly after dragging the s10 round the track and feeling rather warm. Seems like you and Roger have used it rather more than I ever did .
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Re: Black Pudding

Post by smudger272 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 11:24 pm

Costco do one I think it's £2.60 and the size of a horse's dick it's beautiful you can't go wrong

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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Boggs » Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:44 am

smudger272 wrote:Costco do one I think it's £2.60 and the size of a horse's dick it's beautiful you can't go wrong
A beautiful horses dick you say? :whistle:

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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Boggs » Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:50 am

My 1st visit to Stornoway was back in 2006,it was then i discovered the Charles Macleod blackpudding,everything ive had since hasn't come close,in fact talking about it now is making me consider putting an order in.
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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Redmurty » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:24 am

I like mine under scallops with a little grated apple on top (thumbs) quite happy to eat it as it comes though (thumbs)
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Re: Black Pudding

Post by sven » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:20 am

chickenDinner wrote:I've heard that white pudding is the new black pudding. Have you tried it?
Yes, every morning on my tour of Ireland in April and it was delicious (thumbs) It's basically black pudding without the blood

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Re: Black Pudding

Post by Chris TeeDeeEmm » Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:35 am

Any black pudding is better than no black pudding?!
Strongest one I ever had was Clonakilty. Highly recommended.

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