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Thread: SS Radio #250: British Food Month begins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satch12879 View Post
    Is this like pork rillets, only with beef?
    Looks like it is, but with a lot of butter instead of pork fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Chicken and Leek Casserole.
    That's not the same as cock-a-leekie, is it?

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    Not quite the same thing, but similar ingredients.

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    Flapjacks:


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    Bangers and Mash.


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    Mince pies.





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    Sausage rolls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Mince pies.




    I haven't met all of my fellow countrymen, but I doubt any of them would recognise these as mince pies. A pastry lid (and often icing sugar) are required.

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    I'd eat all that British food, but to critique it slightly with an English eye:

    The gravy with the faggots: Gravy in the UK is usually dark brown. Also, only northerners have gravy with chips.

    Bangers and Mash - Bangers normally come encased in something that used to be made from intestines but is now probably synthetic EG: link

    Mince Pies - they would normally have a pastry lid. Those are mince tarts.

    Sausage Rolls - these look good.

    Again - I'd eat all that food, so I'm only being a pedant on the level of "chili doesn't have beans in".

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    Then I guess you guys will have to post pictures of your mince pies.

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