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From: "Carolyn McCartney" <>
Subject: Re: [YORKSGEN] Yorkshire Pudding
Date: Sun, 9 Dec 2007 00:19:35 -0000
In addition to yp's we have always had a cucumber & onion salad in a
vinaigrette with our roast beef (+ of course horseradish sauce). Delicious
but a strange combination. My mum's family came from Yorkshire but also
Chantilly, France so I wondered if this was a French addition. Are there any
Yorkies out there who have this with their roast? If you don't, you should
try it, it really is good!
Carolyn McC (Sorry CarolynH - meant to send it to the list but think I sent
it to you first time!)
On Behalf Of CarolynH
Sent: 08 December 2007 18:03
Subject: [YORKSGEN] Yorkshire Pudding
Hello Listers, Just had to get my "two-cents worth" in regarding the
yorkshire puddings. My grandmother Crossley (from Helperthorpe) used to
make her yorkies in a large square pan and it was always served along with
the beef and gravy. Oooh, I can remember all the yummy smells wafting from
her kitchen on Sundays. When my mum (Canadian born) made yorkies, she baked
them in muffin tins and called them 'pop-overs'. Still very tasty but
didn't have as much body to them.
Happy Holidays everyone,
Carolyn from Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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