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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by John Marwood, Dec 27, 2015.

  1. staffordjas

    staffordjas Well-Known Forumite

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    Our old eye level grill used to have one where you had to slide the detatchable handle along to the middle from a thinner part as well.
     
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  2. Gramaisc

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    The handle is attached by two nuts to a welded bracket - immovable, unless something breaks.

    The handle has to stay in one place, as it has a piece on the bottom that protrudes into a hole on the plate the grill pan rests on, when it's under the grill, to locate it securely in the correct place.
     
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    .... And reasonable front door suppliers & fitters, upvc or composite...
     
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    Goliath in Cannock did our front windows and door. Would recommend them.
     
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    I wonder if its part of the manufacturing process,how its held when stamped/ molded etc
     
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    Could it be a “universal” fitting. We had a Creda cooker with a similar grill pan but the handle was detachable. The handle fitted into the notch on the right & slid to the left & located at the lump by the centre.
     
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    Which local butchers, I can buy faggots from (not Brains).
     
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    Try Mark LeMoine in the market or Perrys in Eccleshall.
     
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    Can't find them on Perry's website (it was the first place I looked).

    Where did you get yours @Trumpet? (this is all your fault!)
     
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    Tinklers in Rising Brook Butchers
     
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    Hindle's on Bridle Way
     
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    Willenhall.
    I think Stafford Meats on Greyfriars occasionally have them.
     
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    Willenhall faggots were wrapped in caul, the proper way.
     
  14. Gramaisc

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    I asked them and they said -

    We do! They’re homemade here in the premises. I have a batch that need cooking so you’re more than welcome to pop down tomorrow to get some. Or we can save you some back so you can cook them at home? Hope this helps, Hannah
     
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    The carer went to Perrys today & bought me some, thank you everyone!
     
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    Phew, I considered whether or not to warn Steve that a Geordie might burst in demanding flesh...
     
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    No, but he possibly thinks that I'm a poor deprived wife....

    The carer went to Perrys to buy us a treat (wedding anniversary tea), the carer does not like faggots so bought himself a fillet steak*, the butcher asked 'are you sure you only want one steak'? 'Yes' said the carer, 'she can have faggots'. Apparently his face was a picture.

    *I do not like steak.
     
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    Love is doing a 12 mile round trip to get faggots for your beloved.





    And picking yourself up a bit of fillet.
     
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    That's the way they should be, although we found some yesterday where the caul was stretched over the top of a tray of 4 faggots instead of around them, I suppose so you can remove it if you don't like it. No idea about Perrys, but they were delicious.
     

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