Mealy (White) pudding request - Derby week end

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Mealy (White) pudding request - Derby week end

Postby Tod » Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:29 pm

I nearly forgot :shock: Is there any one coming down at the week end who could bring me some meally pudding supplies. I've not seen one for months and I've got the shakes.
BPC what about you, or are you hanging around the Derbyshire country side at the moment.
This is a serious plea :(



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Postby Neil Johnston » Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:42 pm

Speaking as your usual "dealer" I would recommend Simon Howie's from Sainsburys/Tescos in Edinburgh.

Other than that you can have them delivered from Lewis.... the Stornoway white pudding..... but they cost about 8 quid extra to get delivered.
When I organise coming down for Derby next year I shall make sure I hire a refigerated artic and bring you a few.

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Postby Tod » Wed Nov 28, 2007 5:05 pm

What the web site for the Stornaway ones. We get Smokies by post so why not mealy pudding :D
My dads in hospital at the moment he be a very happy man if I could fill his fridge for when he comes out.



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Postby Neil Johnston » Wed Nov 28, 2007 5:27 pm

Hi Tod
Happy to help
It's the large style white/mealy pudding about 16" long that you can slice up and fry....or grill..... but hey we're Scottish we might as well fry it :P

http://www.charlesmacleod.co.uk/store/

Shonna is a bit of a connoisseur and she tells me this one is one of the best. The fruit pudding is apparently also pretty good and the black pudding is excellent.
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Postby Tod » Wed Nov 28, 2007 5:54 pm

Pudding in a presentation box, Rock and Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
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Postby Henrik Bjoern Boegh » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:11 pm

:shock: ....Drueling.... :shock:
Is it really possible to buy pudding and haggis online?!?!

Oh, b**ger. Just saw that they don't ship outside the UK. Hummm.

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Postby Lord Byron » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:42 pm

Henrik Bjoern Boegh wrote::shock: ....Drueling.... :shock:


Drueling? Is that like a spitting contest, but to the death? :twisted:



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Postby Henrik Bjoern Boegh » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:51 pm

Woops! I misspelled "drooling"...
Yes, drueling is an ancient Norwegian duel-like competition where the point is to out-drool your opponent. It's usually done just before or after hard drinking. Spitting is not allowed, but you will have the upper hand if you're able to drool on your opponent. Do not try it at home. Unless you're Norwegian.

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Postby Grymm » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:51 pm

Have you tried the CLONAKILTY WHITE PUDDING RINGS which turn up in most of the small supermarkets round my way (Co-ops and the like), not quite as good as the real thing but if you need a quick fix.

For haggis to EU countries there's
http://www.scottishfoodoverseas.com/mac ... aggis.html
http://www.donaldrussell.com/product.cfm?productid=193 does white and black pud too
Some of my fav puds n haggis I buy from the butchers in Oxford covered market and they still dress the shops for lead-up to Xmas....a vegetarians nightmare with wild boar, deer, turkey, duck, hare, bunny ostrich etc carcasses strung up round the outside of the shop....I'll have to go next week, just got cravings.


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Postby Henrik Bjoern Boegh » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:52 pm

mmm... carcasses...


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Postby Grymm » Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:42 pm

Mmmmmmmm tasty dead animal :D ....others see a dead boar hanging up, I see sausages, chops, pie.........dribble drool


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Postby Neil Johnston » Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:50 pm

No worries Tod
Happy to help out mate. :)

Henrik, I can always try to get some for you to smuggle back home next time you're over. :wink:

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Postby Tod » Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:36 pm

I've also found MacDonalds in Pitlochry also do mail orderhttp://shop.macdonald-bros.co.uk/index.php , and that is a very fine butchers shop. Steve will know it, I bought haggis from there the first time he was in Scotland with LW.
I can't believe that I've got with out for this long.
I'll have to get over to Oxford, it's not far.




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