Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby volvojack » Mon 14 Nov, 2016 4:43 pm

[quote="jdbythesea"]I think we've had this covered previously.


Sorry jd. but how would i find it please.
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby jim » Mon 14 Nov, 2016 6:24 pm

Do hogs (when ground) make pork pie filling?
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby buffaloskinner » Mon 14 Nov, 2016 8:04 pm

jim wroteColonDo hogs (when ground) make pork pie filling?


No Jim, pork pies are made from offal, not hogs :o
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby jim » Tue 15 Nov, 2016 12:32 am

Must be why so many pies taste offal......

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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby tyke bhoy » Tue 15 Nov, 2016 6:44 pm

volvojack wroteColon

Sorry jd. but how would i find it please.

Jack, did you see the two links in my post (the penultimate on page 1) before BufalloSkinner sparked a bit of "hogging" ;) the thread.
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby volvojack » Tue 15 Nov, 2016 8:12 pm

[quote"tyke bhoy"


Sorry jd. but how would i find it please.[/quote]
Jack, did you see the two links in my post (the penultimate on page 1) before BufalloSkinner sparked a bit of "hogging"


Hello tykebhoy, i did see it thank you but only after i had opened this thread. as i am in the process of looking back at posts from 6 and 7 years ago and wanting to comment i confused as how to do so unless i find it first. ( does that make sense ? )as their are hundreds of subjects to wade through.. Regards Jack Daly.
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby volvojack » Tue 15 Nov, 2016 8:13 pm

[quote"tyke bhoy"


Sorry jd. but how would i find it please.[/quote]
Jack, did you see the two links in my post (the penultimate on page 1) before BufalloSkinner sparked a bit of "hogging"


Hello tykebhoy, i did see it thank you but only after i had opened this thread. as i am in the process of looking back at posts from 6 and 7 years ago and wanting to comment i confused as how to do so unless i find it first. not easy ( does that make sense ) as there are hundreds of subjects to wade through.. Regards Jack Daly.
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby loiner99 » Wed 04 Jan, 2017 8:34 pm

When you start anything"the best" it will always trigger competion, here's mine. I used to work in Queen Victoria street (mid 60s) and for lunch buy a warm veal and ham pie (oval shaped I think). Not every day mind you it was my occasional treat to myself
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby jim » Tue 03 Oct, 2017 6:24 pm

I have now changed my allegiance! My Missus fetched me a pork pie from Pudsey, where she had been with her walking group. Absolute heaven! I haven't had pie as good as this for years. Bentley's, 10 Robin Lane, back of the old Town Hall make the most wonderfull pies and have my personal seal of approval.
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Re: Finest Pork Pies in Leeds. (As Was)

Postby tilly » Tue 03 Oct, 2017 7:24 pm

Hi jim if you like scotch eggs Bentleys are the best, i have had there steak pies they are of the same standard.
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