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(Guardian)   British regional treats like dock pudding, stotties, soda farls and Gene Masseths that make the perfect fry-up   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Full breakfast, Sausage, Black pudding, Scottish cuisine, White pudding, Hogs pudding, groat pudding, much resemblance  
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2022-05-25 10:01:37 AM  
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A wodge of mashed potato and cabbage, fried until crisp on the outside, but still fluffy within, is, in my opinion, a fine addition to the breakfast platter, being better at soaking up egg yolk...

For when you *really* wanted super-charged farts for the remainder of the day.
2022-05-25 10:37:02 AM  
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Eggscellent headline, subs!
2022-05-25 11:21:55 AM  
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2022-05-25 1:29:17 PM  
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LawPD: why does so much of that list look like something I picked up off the ground from behind my dog

Such is the apex of British cooking.
2022-05-25 10:11:15 AM  
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So thats where eggs come from?
2022-05-25 11:47:29 AM  
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Soda "farls"?
My bad - I'll light a candle & open a window.
2022-05-25 12:53:51 PM  
1 vote:
why does so much of that list look like something I picked up off the ground from behind my dog
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