The food of the North thread

Discussion in 'North' started by go-away, Jul 18, 2006.

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  1. go-away Jedi Master

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    Yes, something close to my heart.

    So what's your favourite northern nosh. Got any good recipes?

    Well, I felt that a North food thread would not be right unless it started with the humble black pudding. And as someone from the North-West I just have to say that a black pudding isn't a black pudding unless it comes from Bury :D

    And for any non-Northerners reading, you can order them online :D

    Bury Black Puddings

    [image=http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/images/300x193_blackpudding.jpg]

    Now there are several different kinds of black pudding and I like the lean ones with barley in them - Bury Market yum yum ;)

    There's also white sausage, but that's just plain strange imho lol
  2. FatBurt Force Ghost

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    Jul 21, 2003
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    Award winning cumberland Sausage from Irvings the Butchers in Ulverston Cumbria



    28day hung sirloin Steak cooked rare.



    shotgun farmed Pheasant or Grouse, cleaned yourself and hung for a week before you slow roast it and then eat it (I used to be a hunter in my younger days)





    those are some of my favourites.
  3. edgejedi88 Jedi Master

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    May 13, 2005
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    say hello to my little Northern buddy....
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    Good old Northern veg - cant beat it!
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    Roast Vegetable Yorkshire Pudding

    Simply take 700g Chunky Roasting Vegetables Mix (30655) and place in a roasting tin with 5 tbsp of oil. Bake for 15 minutes at 220ºC. Mix 1 egg into 100g plain flour seasoned with salt, pepper and thyme and gradually blend into the milk. Pour over the vegetables and bake for a further 40-45 minutes until golden and cooked throughout.
    Serve as an accompaniment or a vegetarian alternative.

    (Serves 6)

  4. go-away Jedi Master

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    Apr 21, 2003
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    I've never been a big fan of Yorkshires but you know that looks fantastic. Never would have thought of adding veg to them. Will try that when the weather cools down.
  5. Lord_Ogli Force Ghost

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    Oct 5, 2001
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    That does look nice. Would go lovely with a pit of pork [face_pig] [face_devil]
  6. timbolton Jedi Grand Master

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    Mar 14, 2003
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    Why don't chillies in displays at Waitrose come with that added extra? :_|

    Very nice recipe Jase :D =P~

    So what about the good old Chorley Cake, Eccles Cake, Kendal Mint Cake, all good Northern food! I can't say scouse, I doubt it would suit my diet :p
  7. jedi_master_booth Jedi Master

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    Jun 24, 2005
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    Yorkshire Cottage Pie

    Potatoes pealed and cut into smaller chunks boiled until soft - Drained off and with a hint of black pepper and a Dob of Butter (Not Marge) mash the Potatoes until soft and fluffey.

    Brown off three quaters of Best Mince and Cook with Brown Beef stock Oxo - Add small baby carrotts and Once cooked Drain off half of the Gravey stock next Mix all items together and Place into a Large Bowl -

    place into a Over gas mark 9 for 30 - 40 minutes until the top is Brown.

    Then serve but Warning it will be very HOT - Enjoy

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