Yorkshire Pudding Pizza anyone?

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  • Yorkshire Pudding Pizza anyone?
  • johndoh
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    Those have been around for ever โ€“ my old local (Mile Post on Leeds Road in Harrogate โ€“ RIP) used to do various filled puds (just didn’t term them ‘pizzas’). Such lovely things as chilli con carne puds, sausage & mash puds and my personal favourite, Sunday Dinner puds. I recall them also doing a dessert one too, filled with ice cream etc.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Those have been around for ever

    Please god no!

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    Oh yes I’m aware of filled puds, this just seemed a step further.

    I also recall a pub that used to do a “sandwich” of a thick slice of roast beef between two Yorkshire puds. They were good.

    Bravo Drac! ๐Ÿ˜†

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    Drac wins the Internet for today.

    Chapeau sir.

    hammyuk
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    You can put beef in a pud
    You can put chicken or lamb in a pud
    You can put sausages in a pud
    Certainly other savoury type fillings are pushing it.
    Reheated (under the grill obviously) with butter and Jam is allowed.
    But pizza?
    That deserves a slattage hoofing the likes of which STW has to date never seen the likes of!!

    revs1972
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    Jonny Vegas was on the tellybox the other day eating one of those . Only he folded his over and called it a calzone ๐Ÿ˜†

    mogrim
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    binners – Member
    Yorkshire Beef Wrap

    What’s that green stuff doing in there? Looks suspiciously like spinach ๐Ÿ˜ฏ You turning healthy on us???

    Aye, that’s a bit artisan looking for you binners.

    Iz disapoint

    hairylegs
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    Yorkshire puds have been around since time immemorial. Growing up in Yorkshire in the 70’s we used to have Yorkshire pud and gravy as a “starter” to fill us up before the meat got served!

    By ‘eck, times were ‘ard then!

    Looks like more Artisan shite of tarting up basic foods and making them trendy/expensive! Reminds me that I read an article in one of he weekend paper food supplements recently about how salted fish has become trendy/expensive when it’s origins came from it being a cheap way of preserving fish for the Catholic masses to eat on Fridays.

    teasel
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    Drac ยป Please god no!

    Bravo Drac!

    Drac wins the Internet for today.

    Chapeau sir.

    Chaps. You missed an opportunity for a group spoon and reach around before this masterpiece.

    Drac’s earlier attempt…

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    Bless Teasel feels left out.

    teasel
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    Eh?

    Why would I feel left out? I’m merely pointing out yet another opportunity for a bit more levity. I didn’t claim I wanted to be part of it, that’s you reading shit into it.

    No surprise there…

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    There’s always room for one more in a group hug.

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