Yorkshire Pudding with Xmas Dinner

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  1. Dec 10, 2019 #41

    Brian Harradine

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    Roast and mash, parsnips roasted with honey,Brussels sprouts with chestnuts and bacon. Food of the gods and jeddi. With food like that the universe is in good hands.
     
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    Fortuanately entropeas.
     
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    My dog likes peas, but only with gravy. Anyone else's dog get a Christmas dinner?
     
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    Mine will just get meat.
     
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    Rocky requires carrots, peas, gravy and a Yorkshire pud.
     
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    I'm happy with just a cheese sandwich.
     
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    We have a 3 bird roast, Yorkshire puds, roast spuds, carrot and parsnips roasted in honey, red cabbage, sprouts fried with pepper n bacon, pigs in blankets, stuffing, dauphinoise spuds and some home made gravy!
    All gets put in the centre and everyone helps themselves. What's left goes towards second family gathering on boxing Day. and what's left from that gets turned in to the most incredible soup, by blitzing it up with double cream.

    Starters and puddings excluded from the above, but may also contain Yorkshire puddings too!
     
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    Any one tried yorkshire puddings with peanut butter and Nutella? Ultimate pudding! And yes, it would be sacrilege to forgo them with Christmas dinner in our house
     
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    Yes, before the anti-psychotics, yes - yes, I would have considered that. But right now I'm nailing planks over my mental windows.
     
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    Is this an alternate universe ! Peanut butter wtf ! Hipsterville goes to Yorkshire pudding land. You jest , please say you jest or are you sent from the future to save mankind
     
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    I thought jalapeño chilli Mr Trotters crackling was pushing the envelope (middle management wankspeak).
     
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    It was quite common in the 1960's when I was a child to be eaten as a dessert with jam on it and fruit
     
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    Pull the other one it has choux on it
     
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    But yeah, we always used to enjoy Yorkshire pudding with golden syrup as a pudding when we were kids (in the 80s I hasten to add)
     
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    Enough now of this Michelin starred madness. I’m off to have my pistachio encrusted raspberry frangipani, back to basics thank heavens.
     
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    You see, that's why I don't like Yorkshire. Full of cannibals.
     
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    You can't tell me that you haven't thought of such combinations when rummaging through cupboards after a night on the tiles?
     
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    I know a friend who tried to fry a wagon wheel thinking it was a beef burger after one of those nights
     
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