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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    I heard somewhere that Yorkshire puddings and gravy are served first before your main roast dinner in Yorkshire.
    Have a go Memimck. Sure you will be alright
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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    I heard somewhere that Yorkshire puddings and gravy are served first before your main roast dinner in Yorkshire.
    Have a go Memimck. Sure you will be alright
    Nah, we generally have them with our roasts like everyone else, or a big one filled with stew or sausage and gravy. Maybe elsewhere in the depths of Yorkshire people do though, there's some strange local customs! As I said to Terry though, I did have a Yorkie starter at my wedding and it was amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axolotl View Post
    Nah, we generally have them with our roasts like everyone else, or a big one filled with stew or sausage and gravy. Maybe elsewhere in the depths of Yorkshire people do though, there's some strange local customs! As I said to Terry though, I did have a Yorkie starter at my wedding and it was amazing.
    Wished I could have been there. I love them.
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    What was your Yorkshire pudding starter? Like, little ones with gravy, or were they jazzed up a bit ? Yorkshires and gravy.....rightho thats tea sorted. What I like about them too, being the cook in a house with vegetarians and meat-eaters, is that I can simply slap veggie sausages or meat sausages with them as required by the eater.

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    Hey Memick,

    Want to tell us the next thing you are going to try, and then we can all chat about that too. Its nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
    What was your Yorkshire pudding starter? Like, little ones with gravy, or were they jazzed up a bit ?
    Just small ones with gravy. The beauty was in the simplicity

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    I can imagine, sounds wonderful.

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    Thank you all for the replies.. you have put my mind at ease and i will defiently try Yorkshire puddings as soon I get them.
    I have a very limited diet of bread biscuit and potato due to my severe fear of being/feeling sick... here are some foods im wanting to try but scared they'll make me sick for you all to talk about

    Jacket potato with butter
    Heinz Baked beans
    Soup - worried the onions or seasons in them will make me sick
    Toast
    Cheese - maybe dairylea?
    Birds eye Chicken dippers or fish fingers - worried about the batter around them

    Have fun

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    All those foods look very safe
    The beans might make you a bit windy

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    And very enjoyable too you will be fine as your current foods are lacking somewhat Let us know how you get on ATB

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    Have Heinze tomato soup. That's delicious

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