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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 2 weeks ago #440188

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GD485 wrote:
That sounds a lot better than the Clanger.
I’ve not heard of it before
I’ll have to have a go at baking a few.
I noticed the website is an .au top domain does that mean the Brodie isn’t too popular here.
The Aussie’s love their pies. Melbourne is pie central.

Bridies are very popular in Scotland and available in bakery shops pretty much everywhere, softer\flakier pastry than a pastie (does not necessarily mean it tastes better) but like pasties it is the filling that makes the difference.

GD485, I chose the link I posted because it had good pics, here's a non aussie one :) , fooddrinkfort.scot/2017/09/forfar-bridies-recipe/
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 2 weeks ago #440189

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Hi Sir Haggis

I must be in a trance from all this good food, I could have sworn is said .au.
Sorry.
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 2 weeks ago #440200

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GD485 wrote:
Hi Sir Haggis

I must be in a trance from all this good food, I could have sworn is said .au.
Sorry.

The first link did have .au in it's address :lol:

I think you are tripping out on good food (as opposed to being in a trance) :P

Cheers,
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440339

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My local delicacy is the Bakewell pudding - nothing like Bakewell tart - it is flaky pastry with jam and an almond flavoured, eggy custardy type filling that is a secret recipe....and definitely no icing on top ! Delicious :)
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440340

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Hi Lynnybobs

Now that’s a classic. I’ve tried many times to emulate the Bakewell tart without success.
I am sitting here dribbling down me C&CC Polo shirt at the thought.
All good puds come from up north but us southern softies have to do with the Chelsea bun!
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440341

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The thought of Northern grub has made me think of Black pudding.
It’s a bit like the Marmite effect but a good well made Black pudding from close to the border is one of the best companion foods.
Great with some dry cured smoked bacon and sourdough bread.
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440357

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GD485 wrote:
The thought of Northern grub has made me think of Black pudding.
It’s a bit like the Marmite effect but a good well made Black pudding from close to the border is one of the best companion foods.
Great with some dry cured smoked bacon and sourdough bread.

Not anywhere close to the border, but............
foodanddrink.scotsman.com/food/10-things...noway-black-pudding/
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440364

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Ah, a black pudding in batter supper on the way home from the pub in Bucksburn , Aberdeen. Wonderfull.
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The site must be around here somewhere.????
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 1 week ago #440365

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Mmm ! Just had a lovely mixed grill breakfast ealier ! Think off those waistlines !! Time t get the bike out !! :P
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Sir Crying - will get to
the round table some day ! ( sorry but can't get the Pink writing on my phone)!?
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Bedfordshire Clanger or Pasty 2 months 2 hours ago #440857

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The Bedfordshire Clanger was one of the challenges on the Great British Bake Off last night !
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