Geographical traditional culinary delicacies.

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Meter rat wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 7:36 pm and just for Son of a Gunner, caviar of the north,
What exactly is caviar of the north? Mooshed up haggis?

Everything else on the plate sounds marvellous.
Herr Dr. Professor wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 7:59 pm '[M]meatballs made from minced off-cuts and offal (especially pork...traditionally pig's heart, liver, and fatty belly meat or bacon)...herbs and bread crumbs." https://www.atlasobscura.com/foods/faggots 'Nuff said.
Oh, and they're bloody marvellous. I had them about three weeks ago.
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ColemanCollector wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 8:37 pm Love me some offal!



But then, I'm a sucker for fried blood pudding doused with vinegar and fresh ground pepper, toast, and fresh tomatoes. Spiced right, floor sweepings are mighty tasty!
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Black pudding with egg and bacon etc, good old full English breakfast :D
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Herr Dr. Professor wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 7:59 pm '[M]meatballs made from minced off-cuts and offal (especially pork...traditionally pig's heart, liver, and fatty belly meat or bacon)...herbs and bread crumbs." https://www.atlasobscura.com/foods/faggots 'Nuff said.
Herr Dr. I feel as though I may have offended you in some way, with my poor attempt at humour. If I have please accept my apologies.
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Meter rat wrote: Tue Feb 06, 2024 8:06 am
Herr Dr. Professor wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 7:59 pm '[M]meatballs made from minced off-cuts and offal (especially pork...traditionally pig's heart, liver, and fatty belly meat or bacon)...herbs and bread crumbs." https://www.atlasobscura.com/foods/faggots 'Nuff said.
Herr Dr. I feel as though I may have offended you in some way, with my poor attempt at humour. If I have please accept my apologies.
Nah, I reckon hes gone off to hurl !!
You ok Proff ?? :sick:
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Hey, just fine here, enjoying the humor. In fact, I bet I can gross you all out!
I have been known to make a sandwich with sourdough bread, extra firm tofu, and Heinz 57 sauce (similar to Houses of Parliament sauce, I believe.) I like TOFU! Raw! Raw! Raw!
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I still think Jimster should chime in with a recipe for freshly squished mole pie.
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Okay. Take one Dodge Challenger 6.4 L Hemi SRT and add 1 mole on top of an engine pully. Start car and allow serpentine belt to tenderize the mole. When belt comes off pully let it tenderize the mole. Remove tenderized mole from smoking belt and feed it to your outdoor cat. The $40 replacement belt and 1 hour of replacement time will satisfy your hunger. Busted knuckles and torn arm skin tops off the experience.
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Jimster wrote: Tue Feb 06, 2024 11:28 pm Okay. Take one Dodge Challenger 6.4 L Hemi SRT and add 1 mole on top of an engine pully. Start car and allow serpentine belt to tenderize the mole. When belt comes off pully let it tenderize the mole. Remove tenderized mole from smoking belt and feed it to your outdoor cat. The $40 replacement belt and 1 hour of replacement time will satisfy your hunger. Busted knuckles and torn arm skin tops off the experience.
I can sympathise with changing belts in cramped engine compartments :'( :silent:
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A Great British tradition for tea tonight. Fish Finger Butties.
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Yep, looks like it tastes :sick: :thumbdown:
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