yorkshire pubbing?

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    naw making it in my kitchen.....i am going to try again...i did preheat the oven to 450....i think i need hotter oil or a different oil...
     
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    I'll order it next time I am at that Irish pub downtown.
     
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    Let us know.
     
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    That pub is hot in the summer since it is open air in the back and up on the roof. So it is not a great destination for summertime.

    I probably won't go back there until winter when the snows start again.

    Then it's really cool and nice.

    It is also a poker parlor with games played on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays. There are 200 players, and 4 of us get to go to Las Vegas for the WSOP. 4 out of 200 is the top 2%.

    St. Patrick's day there is also a great party as well.
     
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    looks good..tasted good but zero air pockets so its was a fail
     
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    My second batch of fried apples came out good. If anyone cares :dunno:
     
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    i always use granny smiths and a hot skillet...butter...apples...sprinkle sugar and cinnamon add more butter.....no more than 3 or 4 minutes

    have with biscuits
     
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    How did it taste?
     
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    I've never made a dessert Yorkshire but when making it with roast beef, I put the beef drippings in the baking dish and the put it in the oven until the fat starts to bubble, then pull it out and pour the batter into the hot dish.

    I also chill the batter for a couple of hours before baking it, and whip it again briefly with a fork before pouring it into the hot dish.

    Since you're not in the competition taste matters more than air pockets.
     

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