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What...no Waterfields - they win awards -_-

Bolton market...hmm yes maybe, the cake they mention in the article is I think Singing Lily, which I made as a baby onwards with my grandma...Leigh has a few left Parkers, Sargents, Coans..all do their own stuff and it's good and great value

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Fullertons on Queen Street in Morley, as recommended by TV chef Brian Turner.

Brilliant Yorkshire curd tarts. Great breadcakes, great bread, fantastic home made potted meat, a real old fashioned bakers. Ususally a queue.

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Left over sausages - a mix of cumberland and pork and leek. Very nice indeed B)

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Left over sausages - a mix of cumberland and pork and leek. Very nice indeed B)

Left over chilli (mince and beans) made into a lasagne. Add some rocket and stuff.

Very nice indeed.

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Halal meat, available in all good butchers in Harrow.

It's delicious :D

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Left over sausages - a mix of cumberland and pork and leek. Very nice indeed B)

Real men don't have left overs; they finish up.

Man up and eat your snap.

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Real men don't have left overs; they finish up.

Man up and eat your snap.

In my defence, I have mixed, linked and packed 30 lbs of sausage today with a little hand machine, and made a delicious set of sausage patties for my tea out of the dribbly bits of left overs.

I fear the diet has gone west.

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In my defence, I have mixed, linked and packed 30 lbs of sausage today with a little hand machine, and made a delicious set of sausage patties for my tea out of the dribbly bits of left overs.

I fear the diet has gone west.

where did it all go wrong tim?

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In my defence, I have mixed, linked and packed 30 lbs of sausage today with a little hand machine, and made a delicious set of sausage patties for my tea out of the dribbly bits of left overs.

I fear the diet has gone west.

Many things aren't apparently manly enough for Millman, I think it's a cry for help! ;):D

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A bit of an odd one but I've been dabbling with an ice cream maker and am pleasantly surprised by the results. Making it is a piece of ###### and the results are almost as goods as the Hagen Daas/Ben and Jerrys you get from the shops (well it should be as I have been using the Ben and Jerry's recipe book).

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A bit of an odd one but I've been dabbling with an ice cream maker and am pleasantly surprised by the results. Making it is a piece of ###### and the results are almost as goods as the Hagen Daas/Ben and Jerrys you get from the shops (well it should be as I have been using the Ben and Jerry's recipe book).

Had a go at savoury ice-cream yet?

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where did it all go wrong tim?

I've just had a lovely text message from my lass telling me how proud she is of me for living my dream. I'm a lucky fella.

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Andouillette - a French tripe sausage - is well worth trying.

I tried this in Argeles-sur-mer a few years back!

I cannot for the life of me remember what possessed me to order it, but never again! It arrived looking somewhat like a large grey version of a black pudding,sliced open so that the contents were spilling out onto the plate like someone had disembowelled a small animal. Mercifully, I had ordered it with a covering of mustard sauce which made it barely palatable, and i managed to eat about half before I came across a piece of what I think was pork, but it still had coarse hair attached, I conceded defeat at this point!

My wife later took great pleasure in reading aloud to me a graphic description of what i had consumed, from a guidebook - truly horrific :O:ohmy:

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jacket spud covered with, branston baked beans, tesco mature cheddar (grated).

on't side a plate tuna mayo, chunky coleslaw n corn on cob.

the simple things in life are often the best.

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Many things aren't apparently manly enough for Millman, I think it's a cry for help! ;):D

Brave or stupid - you decide :D

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I think frogs legs are on the back burner, I went to a butcher and they could order them in but a 1kg minimum, 15-20 frogs legs, I'm not that hungry to try them.

However, and these are not new foods to me but capers and sun-dried tomatoes are the cat's pyjamas.

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I think frogs legs are on the back burner, I went to a butcher and they could order them in but a 1kg minimum, 15-20 frogs legs, I'm not that hungry to try them.

However, and these are not new foods to me but capers and sun-dried tomatoes are the cat's pyjamas.

try tapanade, olives, capers, garlic and anchovies, chopped into a rough paste, very tasty on some ciabatta.

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try tapanade, olives, capers, garlic and anchovies, chopped into a rough paste, very tasty on some ciabatta.

I have all of those things, except ciabatta, toast will suffice. That'll do for my tea one day next week. Huzzah!

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I have all of those things, except ciabatta, toast will suffice. That'll do for my tea one day next week. Huzzah!

Truly a food of the gods ;)

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Struggling to find frogs legs that aren't in kilos!

Might have to put these on the back-burner.

A new August option is required.

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