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Old 02-02-2020, 09:28 AM   #84253
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Were at 46F here, feels like 10 below!

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Old 02-02-2020, 10:33 AM   #84254
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KC. See, it's a regional thang!

Outdoor party tonight at the grill by the fire. I thought it never would warm up rnoigh. 67° today! Cheers!
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Old 02-02-2020, 11:12 AM   #84255
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Did you know that during the game is THE best time to go to any guy type stores like hardware and sporting goods.

That's when my beautiful bride is going grocery shopping. Hopefully only half as many people drifting about staring at their phones, leaving their carts sideways in the aisles. Folks are extremely self-absorbed in Seattle, more so than other places we've been.
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Except I'd stay away from the chip/dip, beer/liquor, isles and deli. Might be chaos there, except maybe during the game.....then I don't know, might still be full of folks who ran out of stuff 'cause the party started 6 hours before the game......then those isles will be full of said people stalled there watching the game on their phones! Probably worse than Christmas shopping madness.
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Bill, we beat the Christmas shopping madness. Shop for the peeps during the late winter slump.
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Soul food for some folks is Yorkshire pudding w/ onion gravy (& a side of Brussels sprouts). Even better, today is Yorkshire Pudding Day.

I'll do w/ just the Yorkshire, thank you. On that one, I'm a convert!

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Folks are extremely self-absorbed in Seattle, more so than other places we've been.

Boy, do I know that! We’ve spent the last 9 summers in that area, parked in my daughter’s yard - 6 in West Seattle, the last 3 in Lake Forest Park. No wonder they passed the excessive "distracted driving" laws, but not being able to take a sip of water is a bit over the top. Of course, I would never break the law...
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Even better, today is Yorkshire Pudding Day. Attachment 274042Attachment 274043
It’s also Groundhog Day! Is there groundhog in Yorkshire pudding? or maybe ground hogs?
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Mmm! Roast beef with Yorkshire pud. Dee-lish!
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Mmm! Roast beef with Yorkshire pud. Dee-lish!
Y'all forgot something important there MikeTo Rare is a must just slipped in front of Roast. So basically Mmm! Rare Roast Beef with Yorkshire pud. Dee-lish and then some!
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Never had it, does look good. What is the pudding part made of, and how's it made?
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Never had it, does look good. What is the pudding part made of, and how's it made?


Yorkshire’s arent really “pudding” aw we americans call puddings, But once you ever eat one, you are addicted... I made them Christmas Day for son and family... a first for them..... the grands were hooked.... learned to make them for Larry who learned to live them when he lived in England....


Personally I like just the yorkshires, no gravy... just a wonderful food...

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Great, Di! Makes yer mouth water, eh?

Superbowl Sunday is all about football, ads, & food, right? So more food: the biggest pork pie we've ever seen. Actually it's 7" diameter x 3 1/2" tall, just what my English cookbook suggests.

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Another way is to make small pies in muffin tins. Better, in my mind.

Mixed response again, as this was my first effort, & done w/o the equipment that would have helped. (Excuses, excuses!) I've got that hot water crust down pat, though, I think. Like it!

C'mon over ... there's plenty to share! Add a little Branston pickle & you're good!
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