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Old 15-09-2012, 13:40   #61
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Re: Accrington Market Hall or Lancashire furniture?

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Not much point in a chef that goes into a Market Hall to demonstrate cookery if he doesn't use the products available IN that Market Hall.
Excellent point - though maybe he'd struggle getting people to eat black pudding ice-cream and tripe mousse with a reduction of sarson's vinegar served on a bed of mushy pea salsa
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Old 15-09-2012, 13:46   #62
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Not much point in a chef that goes into a Market Hall to demonstrate cookery if he doesn't use the products available IN that Market Hall.

Yes, celebrity chef, Silly Dildo, might have cost us thousands, but he's only little.

You end up paying quite a lot per inch.

Jimmy Clitheroe was the same.

Relatively expensive, for squirts.

If they get him back people won't be able to see him from their comfy seats, if their view's obstructed by people trying to sell stuff in there.

It's outrageous, that it's being allowed now.

I too might pen a letter, telling whoever, of my disgust at what's going on in the Market Hall,
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Old 15-09-2012, 13:53   #63
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Excellent point - though maybe he'd struggle getting people to eat black pudding ice-cream and tripe mousse with a reduction of sarson's vinegar served on a bed of mushy pea salsa
Yes, but slow roasted 'real leather' bed-head, drizzled with a mobile battery acid jus, is simply sublime.

Try it.

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Old 15-09-2012, 14:01   #64
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Yes, but slow roasted 'real leather' bed-head, drizzled with a mobile battery acid jus, is simply sublime.

Try it.

Now that's something Lanky folk can relate to - drizzle

Think you missed a word in your description - surely it should be "real fake leather".... the jus sounds a little tangy -perhaps a sasparilla coulis might be an alternative.

Just a thought.

Shame you can't get any cheese in the Market Hall these days -I do like a little selection to end a decent gourmet meal.

As they say in our local dialect "La bocca non é stracca se non sŕ di vacca!"
Something like "Don't finish your chow - till your mouth tastes of cow!"
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Old 15-09-2012, 14:03   #65
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Yes, but slow roasted 'real leather' bed-head, drizzled with a mobile battery acid jus, is simply sublime.

Try it.

Ya can't beat that mobile battery acid,
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Old 15-09-2012, 14:11   #66
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Think you missed a word in your description - surely it should be "real fake leather"
Being a stickler for detail, I would never give a recipe suggestion, which included an incorrect ingredient.

As if!

They sell 'real lather bed-heads, at very reasonable prices.

(I'm on a 2% commission resulting from any sales associated to this thread. So buy, buy, buy!)

Some rudely referred to the furniture as 'tat'. I wouldn't. It's relatively good stuff, competively priced to sell.

The biggest load of tat in the town runs down both sides of Abbey St.
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Old 15-09-2012, 18:04   #67
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Shame you can't get any cheese in the Market Hall these days -I do like a little selection to end a decent gourmet meal.

You do know there is a cheese stall on the outside market ?
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Old 15-09-2012, 18:19   #68
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Shame you can't get any cheese in the Market Hall these days -I do like a little selection to end a decent gourmet meal.
I like to put a selection on my gourmet meal. Nah on top of chips and beans mmmmm.

Yeah like lancsdave says. They have a cheese stall on the market outside. I go to asda for mine
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Old 17-09-2012, 14:25   #69
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I heard that the market furniture chap was moving into the shop on Blackburn Rd, formerly Deardengate furnishings, but that there was a dispute between him and the leasee. (sp?)
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Old 17-09-2012, 18:59   #70
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I heard that the market furniture chap was moving into the shop on Blackburn Rd, formerly Deardengate furnishings, but that there was a dispute between him and the leasee. (sp?)
I heard that rats only reproduce on a day when they have eaten enough butterscotch, I have no proof of this, so it means nothing, have you proof of your statement?
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