Yorkshire Pudding.

Chris1Richo

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Round or square I don't care
I'm satisfied, as long as I've got my Yorkshires.

White pepper and meaty onion gravy, starter and main for me.
 

N orm

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Café near work you get a large Yorkshire with a dinner inside it.
Bloody lovely. (y)
 

Sportsman

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My mother was from Lancashire and she always called them batter puddings for some reason?
 

banksy

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My mother was from Lancashire and she always called them batter puddings for some reason?
Simple county pride.

NEVER admit that everything from Yorkshire is better than anywhere else.

:devilish::p;)
 

RedhillPhil

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Im 51 nearly 52 and according to my mum Ive been eating Yorkshire pudding since before I can remember. Dad says ...... thats because Yorkshire pudding is all your mum can cook. In Barnsley a Yorky pud was always square / rectangular. Never small and round. We used to eat a decent portion on a plate with gravy BEFORE we had our dinner. Then if there was any left we would have the rest with our beef dinner smothered in gravy. Hey, thinking about it, werent we posh in Barnsley. We had a starter before our dinner. Or were we just greedy bloats ? 👍
You've just described what Yorkshire puddings were for. They were served first topartiallhfill you so you didn't need so much expensive meat.
 

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