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Old 03-10-2012, 03:38 AM   #21
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No darling am not a placky scouser from the Wirral. My husband tells me similar tales of woe but I was a scouse princess of good stock and lived in a semi detached with a garden.
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Hey, a good pig fat (fat left from cooking pork) sandwich with just salt & pepper and preferably on Scandinavian, heavy, rye bread can be quite yummy.
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oooh noooo I couldnt eat pig fat on a butty. Pure fat?????
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oooh noooo I couldnt eat pig fat on a butty. Pure fat?????
Yup, but it's best from a pork roast.
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