/ Yorkshire Products Please
Henderson's Yorkshire Crisps, in Henderson's Yorkshire Sauce flavour
Lewis & Cooper Traditional Yorkshire Biscuits
The Yorkshire Chocolate Collection
Any further suggestions please? Feel free to speak as you find.
Yorkshire pudding :-)
Wrap it in an over-sized invoice? ;-)
> Yorkshire pudding :-)
Thanks. I really want stuff with the word "Yorkshire" in the name. I'll look out for tinned Yorkshire pudding.
Bit of a cheat but you could look here: http://www.theyorkshirepantry.com/food-and-drink.html
A Yorkie...the chocolate not the dog...although....
Excellent points thanks. If I can also get Yorkshire milk and Yorkshire flour maybe I could make Yorkshire Yorkshire puddings?
> Thanks. I really want stuff with the word "Yorkshire" in the name. I'll look out for tinned Yorkshire pudding.
Well it's Yorkshire curd tart and where else would Wensleydale come from?
> Wrap it in an over-sized invoice? ;-)
Yes, payable to my account in the Yorkshire Building Society (address is Yorkshire Building Society, Yorkshire House, Yorkshire Drive, Bradford, West Yorkshire)
You've got to slip one of these in.... :-)
Yorkshire Blue Cheese
> Yorkshire Blue Cheese
I like the website. "Made from 100% Yorkshire cows milk". Thanks.
Go on a pilgramage to the Wensleydale Creamery at Hawes - it's wonderful
As well as 20 varieties of Wensleydale and more fruit cake than you can imagine, they also have a great cheese called Bishopdale - think it may be exclusive to them - that is delicous
put copy of this in it ;-) http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-63711994125288566 hale and pace yorkshire airlines sketch.
They're in the Vale of Pickering. It's in Yorkshire, unless they have immigrant bees doing the job for a lot less ;-0
Blimey, Yorkshire Black Pudding. That's just wrong innit? Ecky thump.
Is there room for..
My Dad used to grow absolutely top notch forced rhubarb. People used to seek him out for it, grown in old asbestos forcing sheds. But of course this was in the '70s and '80s, before slow food and the whole pdo thing, so when he retired it dissapeared without trace, apart from a couple of roots in my sisters and my garden. But then that was in Lancashire....
Yorkshire Water ;o)
Not saying you need to buy this but plenty of ideas from this great deli - it's well worth a visit.
Yep, still there. :O)
Yorkshire Gritstone, eeh bah gum etc.
Copy of the Dalesman to read while he's stuffing his face.
There's something rather too convenient and un-Yorkshire about Yorkshire fittings. She'd probably think them a bit soft and Southern. Thanks anyway!
In reply to Al Evans:
Yep, still there. :O)
indeed, but calling it a factory is overdoing it a bit, it's more of an old brick outhouse. It stands out a bit next to the crappy new university buildings.
personally i can't stand the stuff and the smell makes me gag when i pass the place.
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