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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    Or Pie Minister


    I love good black pudding, proper stuff from a butcher, not the supermarket. Love liver and kidneys too, especially lamb's liver. I had beef cheeks at a Covent Garden Tapas a few weeks ago, my goodness how tasty was that.

    I sincerely hope no-one has the bad manners to mention beef curtains at this juncture!

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    Not tried ox cheek. Needs long slow cook I believe.
    Not into liver at all. Kidney I don't mind a little in a steak pie for flavour but should be cut very small. I used to make a nice s and k suet pudding years ago.
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    Grilled Craster kipper and Columbian Blacktail poached.
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    Oooo, look at that. After a full English, my next favourite breakfast has to be kippers. I just adore grilled kippers, had one last week in fact.

    I don't do breakfast that often these days though, mores the pity.
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    I find the Craster ones vary a bit. Sometimes excellent, that one was a bit below average for them. Better than the shrinked plastic wrapped cheap dross with a knob of butter using colouring etc, and not that much more expensive when it really boils down to it.

    Tapatalk posted it in the wrong orientation, though. Most of the time it gets it right. Not sure what is going on there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Better than the shrinked plastic wrapped cheap dross with a knob of butter using colouring etc,
    I'm not quite sure what they are, but they're not kippers in my book - nasty stuff
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    Kippers have to be fresh, and bought from a good fishmonger, or it's a no-no!

    Timbo, why don't you do breakfast? At the very least, you're missing out on another great 'coffee opportunity', old chap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Kippers have to be fresh, and bought from a good fishmonger, or it's a no-no!

    Timbo, why don't you do breakfast? At the very least, you're missing out on another great 'coffee opportunity', old chap

    Marco.
    Maybe I should have rephrased that to, mostly I only have coffee for breakfast, very rare a day goes by when I don't start the day without coffee

    Breakfast is a treat, weekends mostly but often I just skip it - can't skip my coffee fix though and only drink it during the early part of the day, or it can keep me awake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Co View Post
    I sincerely hope no-one has the bad manners to mention beef curtains at this juncture!
    No-one did, until you raised it!
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    Resurrecting this old thread...

    By having Blueberry Sour Cream Pancakes for brekky!

    Using up some fridge ingredients for a lovely breakfast treat with a little but of butter and a drizzle of honey.




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