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cooking-mama wrote: »
:rotfl:im pretty sure the porridge drawer was an urban myth(a bit like the wild hairy mountain haggis),i remember a story in the Broons book one year(Scottish cartoon book) where Paw Broon made the porridge too thick,poured it into a drawer,let it set and they ate it in slices.:rotfl:
EdinburghLass wrote: »
Certainly was true, my Dad talked about the porridge drawer that the porridge was poured in to then they cut a slice out of to have on the long walk to school and at lunchtime. Must have been okay to eat as he had porridge every day of his life for breakfast, cooked by himself and always put the porridge oats in the pan at night ready for the morning.
He never convinced the rest of the family to eat it though
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