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    Alan, you can order very high-quality, authentic, Scottish produce online from Donald Russell, and have it delivered to your door: https://www.donaldrussell.com/

    Just key haggis into the search box, or anything else you're looking for. We use them occasionally, and both the quality of the food and service is top notch

    Marco.

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    AAARRGGGGHHHH gourmet food..fro Scortland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Alan, you can order very high-quality, authentic, Scottish food online from Donald Russell, and have it delivered to your door: https://www.donaldrussell.com/

    Just key haggis into the search box, or anything else you're looking for. We use them occasionally, and the both the quality of the food and service is top notch

    Marco.
    Muchas grassyarse Marco...
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    Been a while since I've been up to Scotland to visit & sample Sue's great cooking, cousin's laid up at the moment, fell on his knee getting out of his car. They had to drill holes in his kneecap to reattach ligaments etc.

    I'll probably arrange a trip up after I'm back from Barbados in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad-moon View Post
    Muchas grassyarse Marco...
    No worries, mate. They're good, and it's an opinion, but Grant may know of an even better, in terms of somewhere he knows of, (and also cheaper) source

    Marco.

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    Proper Scottish potted hough is a dying breed now.. I may be last person alive who can still make it right. The crap the butchers sell is just that...crap.. Mine is the real mcoy.... trouble is it takes an age to make and is labour intensive. I must go and make some soon. I gave my fancy butcher some once and he raved about it... it kinda died out completely when the beef bone ban was in place. My great gran made it and was passed down... now im the last who can make it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Proper Scottish potted hough is a dying breed now.. I may be last person alive who can still make it right. The crap the butchers sell is just that...crap.. Mine is the real mcoy.... trouble is it takes an age to make and is labour intensive. I must go and make some soon. I gave my fancy butcher some once and he raved about it... it kinda died out completely when the beef bone ban was in place. My great gran made it and was passed down... now im the last who can make it right.
    Although I've heard of it, I've never had potted hough, but it sounds good! In terms of the bit in bold, I'm intrigued as to how they managed to enforce said ban... Watch out for the "Beef Bone Police"!!

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Justin, If you want us to fall out, you're going about it the right way, because you've just made it personal. Disagree with me by all means, but don't tell me I'm talking bollocks about a subject that, as an Italian, I know far more about than you. Cagey suffered the same fate when he tried to TELL me what a cappuccino was!

    I'm not disagreeing that pizza will vary a little, from place to place. Of course it will, as that's only natural, but there are defined regional variations of pizza in Italy, which I've highlighted, both of which are authentic, and neither of which resemble what you've eaten in Rio.

    Now I suggest you leave it there.

    Marco.
    FFS Marco.

    It was just a tongue in cheek bollocks. And if you can't read that from me by now perhaps I suggest you think a little more.

    You ARE being overly sensitive.

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    Not at all. I'm not the sensitive type; I simply react to what I see in front of me.

    Scroll back, there was no smiley next to what you wrote, and the tone of your post came across as confrontational. If you don't mean something, then don't say it. I've debated robustly with you on this subject, but haven't rudely dismissed your opinion as "bollox".

    In future, please bear that in mind.

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Although I've heard of it, I've never had potted hough, but it sounds good! In terms of the bit in bold, I'm intrigued as to how they managed to enforce said ban... Watch out for the "Beef Bone Police"!!

    Marco.
    was around foot n mouth time... selling beef on the bone was illegal as was selling bones...went on for a good few years as well. Surprised you dont remember it.
    You need a big nap bone to make potted hough. folk switched to using gelatine as they couldnt get bones etc. Also buthers dont separate the meat by hand which is important to get out all the crap. They just basically mince/chop it and that is so wrong. takes hrs to do it by hand but worth the effort. Still got my hough plates and pan
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