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Two Foods I Won't Be Trying Anytime Soon......
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What exactly do you find not appealing to these items. I am sure market research was positive.
Sausage balls sounds pretty darn tasty!!! Spotted dick........ ummmmmm Not so much!!
I have to say I have not been seeing those products next to each other on the market shelf.
As you seem to have lots of Spotted Dicks, you can ship them right over here! I love eating them :)
Howdy and evening David
David my friend, I sure ani't seen either one those before.
Have a good one
Dale in New Hampshire
You are too funny ! where on earth did you find these ?? Thanks for the laugh
Finally!?!?!? I had to log in 5 times to get to the point to leave a flipping comment!?!?!?
Anyway LMAO I LOVE this post. Thanks for the laugh I SO needed it after this last week!
David, I don't like tinned food, and they didn't ask me..Ha!
J & R, the trouble with sausage balls is you end up eating too many because they're like candy.
EHST, no the spotted dick was next to some baked beans and jaffa cakes!!
Corinne, Wegmans in NJ was where we spotted (pardon the pun) and they are still there I'll bet!
Dale, it takes alll kinds.
Hanna, we were in your neck of the woods, Philly and Mount Laurel, this was in the Irish section of a Wegmans, we dont have Wegmans in NC. We do have sausage balls though, in Biscuitville!
Never heard of "spotted dick" unless it was a disease.
Sauage balls are a very common holiday food around here.
I think a hambuger and fries will suffice in my house.
Hi David - According to Wikipedia, Spotted Dick is "a British steamed suet pudding containing dried fruit (usually currants) commonly served with custard". That sounds even less appetizing than the name. As for suasage balls, our recipe is 1 Lb. ground sausage, two cups of bisquick, and 3 cups of grated sharp cheddar, baked at 350 for about 45 minutes, served with Dijon mustard for dipping - they're tasty!
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