pork scratchings


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pork scratchings

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(Cookery) small pieces of crisply cooked pork crackling, eaten cold as an appetizer with drinks
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Clutching a bag a pork scratchings, which I was planning to enjoy with a pint during the interval of this opening concert in a new season by the excellent Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra, I was reluctant to discuss matter gastronomic with a Frenchman.
Sometimes the intention to have a swift half would end up with the consumption of half a gallon of bitter and a rather unsteady walk back to the station, with the mud nicely caked and reeking of beer, cigars, dry roasted peanuts and pork scratchings and hair looking like a dilapidated paintbrush for the return journey to Northfield, desperate to get home in time for Match of the Day.
There is also an expanded range of burgers and hot dogs - including the Ultimate Dog, topped with pulled pork, chorizo and cheese - along with the venue's signature dish of the day, a pot of pulled mixed meats in gravy, topped with homemade pork scratchings.
IT'S a dream come true for peckish pub goers - pork scratchings have been reinvented as a super food.
She's soon playing pool in the pub but it's more than a couple of shandies and a packet of pork scratchings she's after.
He had a bowl of water and was partial to pork scratchings.
In the end, firms live or die by their products, whether you are talking pork scratchings, cars, garden gnomes, or whatever.
Coverage Product categories: - Corn Chips - Extruded Snacks - Pork Scratchings - Tortilla Chips Geographical scope: 24 countries including: - Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Czech Republic - Denmark - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Netherlands - Norway - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Russia - Slovakia - Spain - Sweden - Turkey - UK - Ukraine
Pork Scratchings with Garlic: This good old pub favourite is even more mouth watering now it comes with garlic
Other edible delights at the Heston hostelry included a snooker table with green baize made from pea and mint puree and snooker balls made from scotch eggs, 2ft-long pork scratchings and beer deliberately pulled flat so Heston could concoct a "head" flavoured with sausage rolls
During the wacky Q and A session, Diaz also admitted that she loves pork scratchings.