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** MEGA COMPETITION **

Batchelors Mushy Peas have linked up with Rugby AM to give you the chance to win a signed England RL shirt, a pair of tickets to both days of Magic Weekend, Challenge Cup Final, Grand Final and England vs NZ match at Hull FC.

UK, 18+ only, excludes ROI. 1 entry per person. 

 

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3 hours ago, John Rhino said:

** MEGA COMPETITION **

Batchelors Mushy Peas have linked up with Rugby AM to give you the chance to win a signed England RL shirt, a pair of tickets to both days of Magic Weekend, Challenge Cup Final, Grand Final and England vs NZ match at Hull FC.

UK, 18+ only, excludes ROI. 1 entry per person. 

 

John, when did you get wind of the mushy peas competition?

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Taste like sludge till the magic mint sauce ingredient is added. Instant transformation to culinary necessity.

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Wonderful as the Version known as "Pey Wallop" (well in this part of Lancashire) made with bacon ribs or a ham joint with onions and carrots, stove top slow long cooking, delicious with crusty bread.

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On 1/11/2018 at 6:43 AM, Wolford6 said:

Taste like sludge till the magic mint sauce ingredient is added. Instant transformation to culinary necessity.

Pie, mushy peas and mint sauce is Yorkshire's single (only?) greatest export.

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2 hours ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Pie, mushy peas and mint sauce is Yorkshire's single (only?) greatest export.

The "Pie Floater" is popular out in Australia too.

Personally I prefer my mushy peas with faggots and onion gravy, or fish and chips.

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6 hours ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Pie, mushy peas and mint sauce is Yorkshire's single (only?) greatest export.

Rugby League?

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4 hours ago, gogledd said:

The "Pie Floater" is popular out in Australia too.

Personally I prefer my mushy peas with faggots and onion gravy, or fish and chips.

Had faggots and pea "batches" for me tea tonight.

(I put the "f" word above in as a singular rather than the plural and the sites swear filter rejected it. It seens you can have loads of faggots but not one on its own!)

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Bet Nigel Wood eats a lot of that!!

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21 hours ago, Bearman said:

Had faggots and pea "batches" for me tea tonight.

(I put the "f" word above in as a singular rather than the plural and the sites swear filter rejected it. It seens you can have loads of faggots but not one on its own!)

I was wondering when I posted if faggots would be rejected!

nobody only eats one do they?

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On 1/13/2018 at 5:32 PM, gogledd said:

I was wondering when I posted if faggots would be rejected!

nobody only eats one do they?

I can only hope our North American expansionists are still interested after reading this.

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On 1/12/2018 at 1:30 PM, Leyther_Matt said:

Pie, mushy peas and mint sauce is Yorkshire's single (only?) greatest export.

Er...

Yorkshire exported the scrub land that became Lancashire. Both sides were happy with the the deal  ... the average IQ of the populace increased in both counties.

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