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The Mince Pie Yorkshire Pudding?

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    The Mince Pie Yorkshire Pudding?


    Like Mince Pies?


    Like Yorkshire Pudding?
    Have both at once?
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    Why is it that all of the best ideas seem to originate in pubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Bea View Post
    Why is it that all of the best ideas seem to originate in pubs?

    Simply because most pubs are much more like restaurants these days ( Gastropubs)... some of the best chefs started in pubs One of our top TV chefs here jamie Oliver was raised in a pub to a father who was and still is a chef, and that's where he learned his trade. We go to Jamie's mum and dad pub often, the food is delicious . although Dad no longer cooks at the pub except on special occasions

    I think it's great idea the YP and mincemeat.... I dislike mince pies because of the swet pastry so I'd be willing to try this...

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    Sure, why not?

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    I always wondered why Yorkshire pudding is called "pudding," since to me pudding is a gloppy sweet concoction in a bowl. So I had to google to find out. (To me, that's a popover, baby.)

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    i love mince pies

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    I LOVE Yorkshire Pudding .. had to acquire a taste for mince pies, but like them now. However, if I had a choice, I'd rather a black fig pudding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollydolly View Post
    Simply because most pubs are much more like restaurants these days ( Gastropubs)... some of the best chefs started in pubs One of our top TV chefs here jamie Oliver was raised in a pub to a father who was and still is a chef, and that's where he learned his trade. We go to Jamie's mum and dad pub often, the food is delicious . although Dad no longer cooks at the pub except on special occasions

    I think it's great idea the YP and mincemeat.... I dislike mince pies because of the swet pastry so I'd be willing to try this...
    You are so fortunate to live where you do. I love Jamie Oliver's recipes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C'est Moi View Post
    I always wondered why Yorkshire pudding is called "pudding," since to me pudding is a gloppy sweet concoction in a bowl. So I had to google to find out. (To me, that's a popover, baby.)
    Yep, popover! The gloppy sweet concoction we call pudding, I think they call custard.

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