Uk's least popular British foods

MickeyV

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Yep. Offcuts plus offal. One of those weird things that was once a cheap way of getting maximum value from the animal but is now often cooked in high end restaurants or by Masterchef contenstants. "It's hare done four ways, pan fried, oven roasted, sous vide and I've made a little faggot with the liver and other leftovers".
My grandad (also my avatar!) was a butcher, and my Mam used to help him when she was a kid by making black pudding, adding "You can use everything on a pig but the grunt." She was telling this tale, including the blood and fat stuff, while we were eating, and one of my lads went green and fainted:eek:. I love black pudding, and rabbit pie was a regular treat when I was a kid.
 
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My grandad (also my avatar!) was a butcher, and my Mam used to help him when she was a kid by making black pudding, adding "You can use everything on a pig but the grunt." She was telling this tale as we were eating, and one of my lads went green and fainted:eek:. I love black pudding, and rabbit pie was a regular treat when I was a kid.
Same here with regard to rabbit & black pudding pie. Used to love i. Not had it for years.
 

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