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    Chicken Legs

    Scott Malone just got booked for Derby, he’s knocked about a few clubs since ‘starring’ for us. bb

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    Scott Malone just got booked for Derby, he’s knocked about a few clubs since ‘starring’ for us. bb
    Fulham , Huddersfield now Derby ,all have one connection .?

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Fulham , Huddersfield now Derby ,all have one connection .?
    They don't all have one shared letter of the alphabet?

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    Talking of chicken legs...... when did the word 'goujon' enter the vocabulary of us working class-types? It didn't seem to be part of the vernacular on coucil estates in Ely in the sixties.....
    Mind you, I do remember the introduction of exotic comestibles in the form of Liebfraumilch, Vesta Curry and Rice (in boxed dehydrated packets), Ski yoghurt and Black Forest Gateau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Talking of chicken legs...... when did the word 'goujon' enter the vocabulary of us working class-types? It didn't seem to be part of the vernacular on coucil estates in Ely in the sixties.....
    Mind you, I do remember the introduction of exotic comestibles in the form of Liebfraumilch, Vesta Curry and Rice (in boxed dehydrated packets), Ski yoghurt and Black Forest Gateau.
    Posh bastard.

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    Re: Chicken Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Talking of chicken legs...... when did the word 'goujon' enter the vocabulary of us working class-types? It didn't seem to be part of the vernacular on coucil estates in Ely in the sixties.....
    Mind you, I do remember the introduction of exotic comestibles in the form of Liebfraumilch, Vesta Curry and Rice (in boxed dehydrated packets), Ski yoghurt and Black Forest Gateau.
    Chicken goujons and chips in a basket was a pub favourite a few years ago. Sure it crossed the class divide because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bloop View Post
    Chicken goujons and chips in a basket was a pub favourite a few years ago. Sure it crossed the class divide because of this.
    Amazing how top class pub cuisine has gone from being served in a basket to being served on a roofing slate🧐

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    Amazing how top class pub cuisine has gone from being served in a basket to being served on a roofing slate🧐
    ...or a Builders Breakfast served in a shovel

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    What’s all this lark now of chips coming in a sort of stainless steel mug? I like mine as they should be, on a hub cap or the like😂😂

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    Re: Chicken Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Talking of chicken legs...... when did the word 'goujon' enter the vocabulary of us working class-types? It didn't seem to be part of the vernacular on coucil estates in Ely in the sixties.....
    Mind you, I do remember the introduction of exotic comestibles in the form of Liebfraumilch, Vesta Curry and Rice (in boxed dehydrated packets), Ski yoghurt and Black Forest Gateau.
    I used to particularly like the sultanas in the Vesta curries If that’s in fact what they were

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