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  • trail_rat
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    Very little haggis doesnt work with

    Same with black pudding 🙂

    novaswift
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    We used to sell loads of haggis lasagne pies in our bakery years ago

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Feral food: Microwaved lasagne, cut into strips and wrapped in cheap white bread.

    Random food: Good white bread, fried egg, lettuce and cheese (thanks random French lady that didn’t understand concept of matching underwear)

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Can’t see why it wouldn’t myself it’s seasoned meat after all.

    brant
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    I used to make a very nice sausage balti.

    kevj
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    For tea this evening, I had lamb strips pan-fried with jalapenos then added cheese and served in a soft white bun. I was lurrvly.

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    For tea this evening, I had lamb strips pan-fried with jalapenos then added cheese and served in a soft white bun. I was lurrvly

    Pizza.

    PrinceJohn
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    Have you tried Chicken Tikka, packaged supermarket meat on digestive biscuits? delightful…

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    Drac – Moderator

    Pizza.

    Yes, that popular pan-fried lamb & cheese jalapeno pizza, except not on any pizza menu in the country served as a burger.

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    pan-fried

    As opposed to spoon, or whisk, fried presumeably? Apologies, pet hate…. Along with oven-roasted (rather than fridge roasted, obvs).

    Back to the op, carrots with a splash of orange juice…

    TheBrick
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    curry cottage pie

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Tom, you want to get over to Halifax, “hand cut chips” are all the rage!

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    People say ‘pan fried’ to make it sound posh, because ‘fried’ sounds common.

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    People say ‘pan fried’ to make it sound posh, because ‘fried’ sounds common

    Not if it’s triple fried chips, ‘cos they are super posh.

    kevj
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    molgrips – Member
    People say ‘pan fried’ to make it sound posh, because ‘fried’ sounds common

    This^

    But only because lamb sandwich sounded a bit wrong.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Tom, you want to get over to Halifax, “hand cut chips” are all the rage!

    Better than the ones made in a chipper.

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    Oh I know why it’s done, just boils my proverbial!

    Bear, Halifax? That’s where they make ‘hand made’ frames isn’t it? 😉

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    Seen in one of the supermarket recipe leaflets, I thought ‘why not?’, more out of hope than expectation.

    But haggis lasagne actually tastes pretty decent!

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Handcut chips refers to proper homemade chips though. I am with you on some of the other one though.

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    Pan fried not deep fried or stir fried? Got nothing for oven roasted though.

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    Dry Roasted.

    sbob
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    bearnecessities – Member

    Not if it’s triple fried chips, ‘cos they are super posh.

    Triple cooked.
    They are only fried twice, after either boiling or steaming.

    Chocolate spread and cheese is a match made in heaven. Works best with Cheddars or crumbly whites (Cheshire, Lancashire et cetera).

    Junkyard
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    Fried egg please

    Certainly sir would that be Pan fried deep fried or stir fried?

    Its not an unreasonable point you made to be fair

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Triple cooked.
    They are only fried twice, after either boiling or steaming.

    Every day’s a school day.

    Better than the ones made in a chipper.

    Why? “Hand-cut” equates in many places to be 6 Stonehenge sized slabs of potato, stacked in a jenga style, that have no taste-resemblance to a chip all!

    Junky,
    I once asked for an egg butty, the egg was dropped into the chip frier, the white wrapped round the yolk like a parcel. The effing thing exploded when I bit into it, spraying me and my nice white shirt with egg yolk and hot fat.

    mmmmmmmm danger food

    Junkyard
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    Poached in fat AWESOME

    sc-xc
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    But haggis lasagne actually tastes pretty decent!

    Butt Haggis?

    ianfitz
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    Fish fingers, (pan) fried egg, (hand sliced) cheddar cheese, sweet chilli sauce. In a sarnie.

    Oh yes

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Fish fingers, (pan) fried egg, (hand sliced) cheddar cheese, sweet chilli sauce. In a sarnie

    That does sound pretty good!

    Snickers bar + Cheese and Onion crisps

    Junkyard – lazarus
    Poached in fat AWESOME

    Confit?

    My ‘odd-combos’ are a bit simpler than these.

    flapjack & marmite… mmmmmmmmmmmmm

    oldboy
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    Marmite and avocado on toast.

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