Bakewell

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  1. Peter & Elaine

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    The sun is up and shinning with blue sky's over bakewell this morning
    Breakfast on trike out and Matlock bath here we come
    Yeeehaaa



    PS the show ground at bakewell great site for rally's
    5 minutes walk into town shops pubs and all
     
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    you are just trying to make us green with envy.well it worked.happy now.:Cool:
     
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    We considered calling in at Bakewell on the way down to Kent but it is too far west. Nice town though.
     
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    Best dry cured Bacon sold here. Go under the arch by the Ironmongers and follow the lane. :thumb:
     
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    Exceedingly good tarts...


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Took the words from my mouth :thumb::thumb:
     
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    Sorry.


    I hate it when that happens to me.


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Beautiful part of the country - used to live not so very far from there - loved walking there
     
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    That's Mr Kipling. Bakewell has Puddings :Smile:
     
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    There's a small bakers in the center that does a steak and stilton pie that takes some beating. Lovely place though.:thumb:
     
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    Today Monday, it's market day in Bakewell, don't forget to feed those big fish in the river with the crust of that pie you had for lunch. :Rofl1:
     
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    Bit shocked here tarts are mentioned and Old Mo hasn't commented :Eeek::Eeek::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Despite the weather we have had a nice weekend rain has not really stopped all weekend we set of for a run on trike after lunch and managed to get soaked
    Only big downside was tonight we went for a meal in wheatsheaf pub and was crap left over half
    When ask if ok we said no waitress just gave that look and walked of never to be seen again once stung twice shy
    But we will be back again to bakewell lovely place
     
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    have you stayed on the show ground car park? Is it just pay and display?
     
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    On the show ground yes but it's C&CC rally for 2 weeks at £10.50 a night its good value :thumb:
    home tomorrow :cry:
     
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    maybe in your world Graham....


    The Bakewell Tart is an English confection consisting of a shortcrust pastry with a layer of jam and a sponge using ground almonds.[1] The Bakewell Tart is distinct from the Bakewell Pudding, which is a dessert made using flaky pastry, with a layer of jam covered by an egg and almond filling.
     
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    I don't dispute it John but the original is the pudding. The tart is something of what one might call a prostitution :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    As well as the Bakewell tarts, try the Homity pies, cheese, potato and onion mixture in shortcrust pastry :thumb:

    Margaret
     

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