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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Love them, the Anstruther fish bar does great red puddings, get one of them to accompany my fish supper.
    Excuse my ignorance but what's a red pudding ? Was at the Anstruther chippy last weekend but stuck to the fish & chips (which was excellent)


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    Quote Originally Posted by stantonhibby View Post
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    Excuse my ignorance but what's a red pudding ? Was at the Anstruther chippy last weekend but stuck to the fish & chips (which was excellent)
    It's basically a mix of pork, fat, and spices and it's bloomin delightful.

    Looks wise, it's a red version of white/black puddings.
    Mon the Hibs.

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    Are red puddings a Fife thing?

    My Dad is a Fifer and he always wanted a red pudding supper from the chip shop. He always used to send me in for them, and I've had to have a few conversations with brusque chippy workers where they are not on offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    Are red puddings a Fife thing?

    My Dad is a Fifer and he always wanted a red pudding supper from the chip shop. He always used to send me in for them, and I've had to have a few conversations with brusque chippy workers where they are not on offer.
    East of Scotland and maybe NE of England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killiehibbie View Post
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    East of Scotland and maybe NE of England.

    Never seen them in NE England, Fife and Perthshire for the real deal. Grampian region for a poor imitation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    Are red puddings a Fife thing?

    My Dad is a Fifer and he always wanted a red pudding supper from the chip shop. He always used to send me in for them, and I've had to have a few conversations with brusque chippy workers where they are not on offer.

    Predominately, yes.

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    Scampi Fries. Yum.

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    Peanut butter on toast is amazing.
    Less talk, more gifs. 21.05.16

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveHFC View Post
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    Peanut butter on toast is amazing.
    Peanut butter and marmite on toast is even better

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveHFC View Post
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    Peanut butter on toast is amazing.
    Peanut butter and banana on toast is the food of god's.
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    Peanut butter on digestive biscuits

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    The smell of turps and boot polish

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    The smell of turps and boot polish
    I know what you mean. I also like the smell of a permanent marker.

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    The smell of turps and boot polish
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    I know what you mean. I also like the smell of a permanent marker.
    Yup and i used to like the wee tins of germolene cream too

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    Yup and i used to like the wee tins of germolene cream too
    And Windolene 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    And Windolene 😆
    although im thinking we are giving our ages away

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    although im thinking we are giving our ages away
    True, although my Wife did think I was a bit too keen to polish my boots and clean the windows every couple of days 😆

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    True, although my Wife did think I was a bit too keen to polish my boots and clean the windows every couple of days 😆
    if my ex had washed the windaes and polished some boots he may not be my ex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    Yup and i used to like the wee tins of germolene cream too
    Is germoline the stuff that smells like root beer?
    I used to like that smell along with tcp.
    I mind you used to get bubble gum at shop opposite abbey hill landrete that tasted of germoline, at least wthat's what I thought it did 25 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    The smell of turps and boot polish
    And fire lighters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    And fire lighters.
    oh yes, firelighters too 😆

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    Just had roasted pumpkin seeds and they were amazing .
    One batch roasted with castor sugar and cinnamon which tasted like honey roast peanuts.
    The other batch was roasted with paprika and spices.

    I was really surprised at how tasty they were.

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    Tripe (never in milk - heathens) and potted heid which seems a rarity nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAsHellas View Post
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    Tripe (never in milk - heathens) and potted heid which seems a rarity nowadays.
    My old man laps up both of those.

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    Tripe (never in milk - heathens) and potted heid which seems a rarity nowadays.
    Love tripe, never had it without milk.
    My nana used to add some carnation milk, lovely.

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    Coming on to Hibs.net and checking the Dug-out a few times a day specifically to read about strangers and their pet peeves, and the things they like, haven't tried, or only tried once. That can't be normal.
    Mon the Hibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    My old man laps up both of those.

    Potted heid is a very acquired taste. I buy it occasionally and am reminded it is a very very acquired taste.

    Like brawn, it should be eaten with a pickled gherkin to enhance the visceral taste.

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    Mustard. I have several jars with murky-looking contents. People bring me them back from holiday. I like French ones best but I'm "keen" on all types.
    Wee mustard-based quip there.

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    A wee shot of grapefruit juice in a Weißbier.

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