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    Quote Originally Posted by plugugly View Post
    Lorne Sausage, I delare!
    Aye Chris...not just any old Lorne sausage though, mine are posher.

    Thanks for the cheese scone recipe Ally. Never thought in adding mustard powder so I'll give it a try.

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    What's Lorne sausage all about then?
    Cooking up my first meal of the day. Jacksons Yorkshire bread, toasted both sides. Adding anchor butter & a heavy spread of roses marmalade. Voila! Toast & marmalade.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    What's Lorne sausage all about then?
    Cooking up my first meal of the day. Jacksons Yorkshire bread, toasted both sides. Adding anchor butter & a heavy spread of roses marmalade. Voila! Toast & marmalade.
    I'll leave the Lorne sausage to Crawford. Roses "Lime" perchance??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    What's Lorne sausage all about then?
    Lorne (square) sausage was voted the food item missed most amongst Scottish ex-pats....closely followed by tattie scones, black pudding and a Chinese carry out. On the plus side 9 out of 10 said their health had improved immensely since moving abroad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    Lorne (square) sausage was voted the food item missed most amongst Scottish ex-pats....closely followed by tattie scones, black pudding and a Chinese carry out. On the plus side 9 out of 10 said their health had improved immensely since moving abroad.
    Lorne Sausage also makes good Stovies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allyby View Post
    Lorne Sausage also makes good Stovies!
    Now there's an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    Lorne (square) sausage was voted the food item missed most amongst Scottish ex-pats....closely followed by tattie scones, black pudding and a Chinese carry out. On the plus side 9 out of 10 said their health had improved immensely since moving abroad.
    VERY good, Crawford!

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    Look guys why did you have to start this. I am on a diet start reading this and my mouth is drooling. Years ago before the 1st heart attack we save the smoked bacon fat for the chips. God I'm starving.

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    Has everyone forgotten about Scotch eggs? And a steak deserves fried onions no sissy tomatoes in with the mushrooms.

    Yes Craig I hear you my diet has had a few dramatic changes over the years. But I still manage to poke 'naugthy' meals in with irregularity and when my wife isn't looking.
    The best teachers tell you where to look but not what to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigmillar View Post
    Look guys why did you have to start this. I am on a diet start reading this and my mouth is drooling. Years ago before the 1st heart attack we save the smoked bacon fat for the chips. God I'm starving.
    Joe, I'm sticking to the (erroneous) belief that copious red wine will counteract the goose fat!

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