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Scottish Cordon Bleu
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 08-06-2014, 01:20 PM

Oh the delights of a locally made Macaroni Pie, the healthy option Scottish style and Al Fresco dining too.

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08-06-2014, 10:24 PM   #2
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You do have a way with candid images, I like this one. What is she trying to pick up of the table?
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You do have a way with candid images, I like this one.
Thank you.

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What is she trying to pick up of the table?
It's a piece of that pie that tried to make a last ditch attempt at freedom.
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The Michael Jackson look is timeless.

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The Michael Jackson look is timeless
I'm not sure the lassie would be too chuffed to hear you say that.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
chuffed
Another one I had to look up.
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Another one I had to look up
It just reflects the truly International flavour of this forum.

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Combining macaroni & cheese with pie - genius !
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Combining macaroni & cheese with pie - genius !
I take it that's not something you have over there, here it's kinda considered as junk food.

But I must admit... it's even better with a little tomato sauce (ketchup) on top.
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Have you ever thought about taking photos for Wanted Posters????? You'd be good at it.
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Kerrowdown, I enjoy your photo posts but would also like to know if you are a Scotch drinker and if you have a favorite brand? Also what is the best selling brand of Scotch in Scotland?
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The Kerrowdown is a very sensible chap and is known to enjoy whiskies from Islay.

As for best selling... I suspect knowing which brands are selling the most (anywhere) can be useful. If you want to know what not to buy, that is
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If there's an opening where do I apply?

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Kerrowdown, I enjoy your photo posts
Thanks very much

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would also like to know if you are a Scotch drinker and if you have a favorite brand
When I was a young fella... whisky used to get me in all sorts of trouble so I stayed away from it for years.

As I got older in last twenty years or so I learned to drink it "responsibly" and joined a local Whisky Parliament, where I'm now the Parliamentary Member for Laphroaig (big clue there as to favourite).

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Also what is the best selling brand of Scotch in Scotland?
There are two main types of whiskies, blended (made up of various malts) and a single malt, each have there own merits.

I tend to stick to single malts and my choice on the night is governed by both my mood and the company I'm in, as this affects the enjoyment of the whisky in ways that you can't really document.

As to best selling brand it's probably something like Johnnie Walker, but it's really down to personal choice, or put it another way... I don't personally own any "Walkers".

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The Kerrowdown is a very sensible chap and is known to enjoy whiskies from Islay.
You know me far to well my friend, Slåinte (pronounced slaandjivaa).

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Thanks Kerrowdown, I'll try some Laphroaig.
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Thanks Kerrowdown, I'll try some Laphroaig.
Ardbeg is another to try. Very similar flavor to Laphroaig, but a little more, well, "in your face". If Laphroaig were 220 grit sandpaper, Ardbeg 10yo would be 60 grit. I like Lagavulin as welI, but it costs half again as much as Laphroaig and I honestly can't tell the difference so I usually buy Laphroaig and Ardbeg, then let my mood of the moment decide which one I pour.
I you're going to try some of these, do yourself a favor and get some Glencairn glasses if you haven't already.

BTW, should it ever come up in conversation Islay is pronounced 'eye-la'.

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