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Old 09-10-2013, 07:19 AM   #11
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I'm not in England any more - transplanted to Ontario a decade ago, but i'm looking forward to going back to Bury market when i go back to visit my parents in a month's time.

From the various suggestions here, i think I'm going to have to go with Addie's marinara and bread. To be honest, it's probably the only way the rest of the household will even try it! Thanks for the advice.
And you'll be buying the prize winning black puddings, of course? I believe they even won first prize in a black pudding competition in France! Now that has to be a first!

I live about 10 miles south of Manchester and if I wasn't waiting for the roofer to come and mend the roof and the plasterer to come and put the kitchen ceiling back after it fell down when the roof leaked, and the guy to rip out the heating system and the guy to replace the windows, I'd invite you round for coffee and cake. Sorry, perhaps next time.

I hope you have a good time. The weather over here can be lovely in October as I'm sure you know.
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:18 AM   #12
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And you'll be buying the prize winning black puddings, of course? I believe they even won first prize in a black pudding competition in France! Now that has to be a first!

I live about 10 miles south of Manchester and if I wasn't waiting for the roofer to come and mend the roof and the plasterer to come and put the kitchen ceiling back after it fell down when the roof leaked, and the guy to rip out the heating system and the guy to replace the windows, I'd invite you round for coffee and cake. Sorry, perhaps next time.

I hope you have a good time. The weather over here can be lovely in October as I'm sure you know.
Thanks for the offer. I certainly will be buying the black pudding there. It's one my wife's & my favourite memories - black pudding with mustard, eaten while wandering round the market. Mind you, one stall came out with a low fat version a few years back and it was poor - no taste. We did find some homemade black pudding here in Brampton (ON) a couple of weeks back but it had so much salt in, it was almost inedible. That was a real shame because underneath the salt was an excellent texture and taste.

I'll also be making a trip to a game butcher in Lytham that my parents use. Bit of a traditional food week, I think.
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