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    There's an element of fear involved as well, if I get this shit it's almost certainly a death sentence due to a pre-existing condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    If shit Puds are your thing Aunt Bessies are the better ones but no substitute for real monster puds which are an art alone to get monstered
    I like GIANT Y Puds ones you can put your dinner in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    The wife is the same on her days off, our Kitchen is like a Cafe..

    Noticed these on the Aldi web site. Cant make out the Contents spec but the traffic lights look promising. Look a bit like American Fluffy pancackes. Aint worth making for that much

    https://www.aldi.co.uk/scotch-pancak...81756186321000
    Pancakes.. My mum made her own on a griddle. Just pour flip over and eat.. Delish hot with butter on
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    Default OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

    4oz Plain Flour
    3 eggs
    ˝ Pint of low fat milk (skimmed or semi-skimmed)
    Pinch of salt

    Mix well with whisk.

    Set oven on highest.

    Tray with about ˝ tsp of Lard in each

    Make sure the tray is hot as Hades (smoking hot) before quickly adding pudding mix.
    Cook on highest setting for about 30 mins or until done.




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    Aye Aliens indeed. Bit too well done for me tho those Tony. Another thing folks never ever open the door while they are cooking.

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    Skimmed milk eh? & a lot of eggs. I’ll give it a go, thanks.

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    As a yorkshireman i must commend you on ur yorkies Tony look marvelous.

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    Aye. i was very surprised as peeps darn sarf definition of a Yorkshire pudding is usually something that resembles a pancake. Same with the beer flat as a fart

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    Not a real Southener, I’m a nomadic Scouse git who lived in Leeds for three years.


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    Swamp of Indulgence for tea tonight.




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