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Old 08-02-2012, 12:47 PM   #31
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If I remember correctly, GQ is gluten intolerant, so she would need the beer to be gluten free.
Yes Taxi - you are correct, I have coeliac disease, I am special. I can't have most beers, it does have to be a gluten free beer, but most of the time I substitute beer with cider.
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:52 PM   #32
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It's not slang its a bona fide word, butty. I tend to think that it is used more in the north of the UK and sarnie (hate that word) is more southern.

Of course "sandwich" - is the "proper" term.
I love definition #3 from Urban Dictionary: Butty. And now I've had to look up a map, too, to remind myself what and who are where
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:56 PM   #33
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Ha ha ! Brilliant GG! Ah yes, a nice butty. Chip butty is a good one, a meal in itself. A favourite breakfast butty is bacon or sausage (with brown sauce). And of course, a nice treat anytime is a hot pork butty.

I would add that of course, I use gluten free bread or rolls.
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Ha ha ! Brilliant GG! Ah yes, a nice butty. Chip butty is a good one, a meal in itself. A favourite breakfast butty is bacon or sausage (with brown sauce). And of course, a nice treat anytime is a hot pork butty.

I would add that of course, I use gluten free bread or rolls.
I learned about chip butties from my Scottish ex-DH. He even had crisp (potato chips on this side of the pond) butties.
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Oh I love crisp butties. Havent had one of those for ages, used to have them more when we were younger.
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Oh gosh this looks so simple I don't know what to try first!! I haven't got any gluten free beer, but I guess cider would work?
I don't know if beer bothers you (it does DH), so if it doesn't than any beer or ale will do. If it does bother you and you can't find gluten free, you could use cider or I have even seen root beer (though these would be more sweet.

Yes, it is simple and delicious. I have even used the same technique for beef and made a great au jus out of the liquid left over in the crock pot.
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haha...love the term "butty" for a sandwich.

When I make pulled pork, I usually get the biggest pork shoulder I can find and slow cook it simply, just with salt and pepper and maybe a few drops of liquid smoke. Then foodsaver it into several smallish bags and freeze it - that way I can doctor it up when I take some out, either with cumin and chili powder if I want pulled pork tacos, or add some bbq sauce if I feel like pulled pork sammies.
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It's not slang its a bona fide word, butty. I tend to think that it is used more in the north of the UK and sarnie (hate that word) is more southern.

Of course "sandwich" - is the "proper" term.
I had a lovely pair of baps last night, I do prefer an good muffin though.

The best pork roll I had was in the center of Wolverhampton.
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I don't know if beer bothers you (it does DH), so if it doesn't than any beer or ale will do. If it does bother you and you can't find gluten free, you could use cider or I have even seen root beer (though these would be more sweet.

Yes, it is simple and delicious. I have even used the same technique for beef and made a great au jus out of the liquid left over in the crock pot.
I can't have any beer unless its gluten free. With coeliac, an auto immune disease no less - you cannot have wheat, barley, oats or rye as these damage the lining of the stomach and can lead to long term more serious health problems. Its easy to control through diet though.
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I had a lovely pair of baps last night, I do prefer an good muffin though.

The best pork roll I had was in the center of Wolverhampton.
I must get my buttered bannocks out for you one day my dear, I am sure they would have you drooling.

I also like a large muffeletta when I get the chance.

And don't get me started on a delicious clafoutis although that takes us more into the area of batter.....
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