New pork pie machinery

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Re: New pork pie machinery

Post by djewesbury » 23:26 Tue 18 Nov 2014

That looks tasty. Bite sized pigs in a crust. Lovely.


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Re: New pork pie machinery

Post by DRT » 00:56 Wed 19 Nov 2014

djewesbury wrote:That looks tasty. Bite sized pigs in a crust. Lovely.
I think the big one might stick in your teeth. Probably best to weed that out before filling with jelly.
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Re: New pork pie machinery

Post by djewesbury » 02:16 Wed 19 Nov 2014

Nice to see there's yoplait in that fridge too. Healthy.


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Re: New pork pie machinery

Post by AHB » 09:16 Thu 20 Nov 2014

When do we find out whether minced pig or hand chopped pig is the preferred process?
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Re: New pork pie machinery

Post by djewesbury » 10:25 Thu 20 Nov 2014

You already did. See the review of Derek's visit to Belfast.


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