Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby pingu » Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:37 am

wee dairy type shop at the top of edgefauld rd does crispy rolls n chopped pork that are to die for
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby sandabound » Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:01 pm

Morroccomole wrote:Check out Nan's Dairy, Inglefield Street, Govanhill. A traditional roll shop wi the big mental slicer and a fine selection of cold meats.

Christ, I'm starving :o


Too true Morrocomole, it's the best roll shop in the City, always a queue outside but there's loads of girls serving, the Police, railway workers (aye awright) bus depot, Gas board & everyone in the costruction/building game who knowes of it use it, i've never seen anyone able 2 finish 2 salad rolls, cheap too, i was either a 2 buttered rolls with chopped pork or corned beef.

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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Fireman » Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:41 pm

Heading to Edgefauld Rd tomorrow morning to buy 2 crispy rolls and chopped pork, but maybe a corned beef one as well.

Who needs sirloin steak when you can have great food like this with a big mug of tea - and its a damn sight cheaper! 8)
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby DickyHart » Fri Jul 20, 2012 11:13 pm

coultts in rutherglen main street and farme cross, do what your looking for.
they make excellent clootie dumpling as well.
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby banjo » Sat Jul 21, 2012 10:20 am

you have took this too far dickyhart.clootie dumpling indeed.
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Morroccomole » Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:27 am

How were the rolls Fireman?
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Fireman » Sun Jul 22, 2012 3:15 pm

The plan was good morroccomole, the idea was sound, but I hadn't quite factored in the other half deciding she wanted to go out for breakfast if I was going, two rolls and chopped ham however I wasn't going to get away with. :?

I ended up at MacDonalds in Finnieston Street, a place I hate, but her car was being serviced at Citroen and she didn't want to sit by herself. So she had some stupid wrap and I ended up with a hot hockey puck that apparently was supposed to be a breakfast bagel - it was mince!

I'm gonna get these rolls if it kills me! ::):
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby scaryman2u » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:12 pm

Clark`s on St Vincent St do a decent crispy roll n chopped ham or whatever else takes your fancy, 2 lovely ladies there too to talk the hind legs off you.
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Dexter St. Clair » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:20 pm

Fireman wrote:The plan was good morroccomole, the idea was sound, but I hadn't quite factored in the other half deciding she wanted to go out for breakfast if I was going, two rolls and chopped ham however I wasn't going to get away with. :?

I ended up at MacDonalds in Finnieston Street, a place I hate, but her car was being serviced at Citroen and she didn't want to sit by herself. So she had some stupid wrap and I ended up with a hot hockey puck that apparently was supposed to be a breakfast bagel - it was mince!

I'm gonna get these rolls if it kills me! ::):


FFS even the pope would give you an annulment for that. Next HG walk: to the rollshop
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Morroccomole » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:59 pm

Fireman wrote:The plan was good morroccomole, the idea was sound, but I hadn't quite factored in the other half deciding she wanted to go out for breakfast if I was going, two rolls and chopped ham however I wasn't going to get away with. :?

I ended up at MacDonalds in Finnieston Street, a place I hate, but her car was being serviced at Citroen and she didn't want to sit by herself. So she had some stupid wrap and I ended up with a hot hockey puck that apparently was supposed to be a breakfast bagel - it was mince!

I'm gonna get these rolls if it kills me! ::):


What a bummer :( I would've got away with it if it wasn't for the pesky misses. ::):
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby The Egg Man » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:06 pm

Clark's Dairy must have been there for at least 40 years. Good call.

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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby banjo » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:41 pm

occasional burgers eh.is that like cheeseburgers though not as often. :roll:
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Sharon » Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:07 am

This thread needs more nutritional content.

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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Sharon » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:43 pm

I am learning too much about the pink beefy temptress now...

Some SPAM haikus:

The color of Spam
Is natural as the sky:
A block of sunrise

Pink tender morsel
Glistening with salty gel
What the hell is it?

Old man seeks doctor
"I eat Spam daily," he says
Angioplasty

Pink beefy temptress
I can no longer remain
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Re: Crispy Rolls and Chopped Ham & Pork / SPAM?

Postby Fireman » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:58 pm

Woohoo - I got to Edgefauld Road this morning and succumbed to the temptress of thick, freshly sliced corned beef on 2 crispy rolls with just the right thickness of marg! :D

Arrived at work and immedately got the kettle on, switched the computer on - made a giant mug of black tea with three, count them, three sugars, no sweeteners today and sat at my desk at 8.15 this morning having an early lunch.

Worth every penny of the £2.90, but I'm going to have to ration myself, after all you CAN have too much of a good thing - roll on Wednesday, literally! 8)
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