Jaycey

African Refugee
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Corned beef
Corned beef - YUK.
School dinners with yellow fat and smelling like army rejects.
I always smuggled it out in a handkerchief much to the exasperation of my dear mum "Jaycey. how do you manage to get your handkerchief in such a mess?"
Thanks but I'll pass on that!
 
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yalimart

The Carnwath Massive
Corned beef
Bake half a dozen small to medium sized potatoes, slice in half and scoop out the flesh, mix the flesh with corned beef and lightly fried finely diced onion.
Garlic and chilli can be added, I don't, place the flesh back in the skins and bake further, a small amount of grated cheese can be added to crisp on top, again I don't, I serve with a tomato jus (ketchup), truly first class cordon bleu snacking food.
Up yours Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver !
 

mollag

Kipper restorer
Corned beef
Chippies have different origins, ours are essentially NW Uk style [Fish and a split luv] or Scots [ A fish supper hen], we once had a Yorkshire one, it placed a slice of corned beef between two slices of spud, battered then fried, British Bulldogs they named them, V nice they were as well.
 

Jaycey

African Refugee
Top Poster Of Month
Corned beef
Chippies have different origins, ours are essentially NW Uk style [Fish and a split luv] or Scots [ A fish supper hen], we once had a Yorkshire one, it placed a slice of corned beef between two slices of spud, battered then fried, British Bulldogs they named them, V nice they were as well.
Mods please delete this thread.
The very thought of corned beef and .. vomit.jpg
 

Kanga

Member
Corned beef
Chitterlings were a regular on Saturdays in Wolverhampton market together with tripe. I remember as a small child there was a specialised tripe butcher. I also remember local news coverage when the last chitterling twister retired.
 

mollag

Kipper restorer
Corned beef
Our rite of passage as nippers was the step into Clague's tripe dressers and ask "Do you have pigs trotters?"
The Lady behind the huge counter , heard it all before would reply
"Yes son "
Then quick as a whip we would give it, "Well no wonder you walk so funny"

Bugger off you little sod, I know your Dad. Upper Nelson st.jpg
 

enoch

Member
Corned beef
Chitterlings were a regular on Saturdays in Wolverhampton market together with tripe. I remember as a small child there was a specialised tripe butcher. I also remember local news coverage when the last chitterling twister retired.
Wife used to love tripe
 

Maisie

Member
Corned beef
I had a cat once who we nicknamed 'dustbin' because he would eat anything and everything. When we decided to try tripe and onions, it made both of us feel sick. So, we put the remains down for Boo-Boo (his proper name), who sniffed it and gave us both a cat-dirty look, and walked away with his nose in the air.

Mind you, we are all being fed a lot of tripe at present from No. 10!

Maisie

PS Boo-Boo loved corned beef!
 

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