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Post  hootie63 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:26 pm

Blues are opening a "fine food" kiosk The Cookhouse at the Tilton end of St Andrews.

Blues fans will now have the option of enjoying a fresh feast on a matchday at St. Andrew’s with the opening of The Cookhouse.
Based in the Tilton Road Stand and formerly known as Kiosk 10, The Cookhouse will offer something a little different to the usual selection of grub available on the concourse.

Rather than standard pies, hot dogs and chocolate, supporters will now be able to fill themselves up with locally-sourced fresh produce courtesy of St. Andrew’s new executive head chef, Andrew Redmond.

On the menu for Tuesday’s night’s visit of Bolton Wanderers is roast Staffordshire pork leg floury baps, accompanied by bramley apple sauce, mustard and stuffing at the introductory price of £2.50 (normally £3.50). You’ll also be able to warm yourself up with homemade chunky vegetable and fresh herb soup, accompanied by a choice of sourdough, buckwheat, and cereal breads (£2.50).

Meanwhile for Saturday’s match-up at home to Barnsley, you’ll be able to tuck into braised steak & kidney and chestnut mushrooms cooked in a mild beer gravy with seeded pastry, crushed new potatoes, celery and red onions (£4.50). Or how about the mouth-watering lentil and ham hock soup flavoured with thyme, accompanied by a choice of sourdough, buckwheat and cereal breads (£2.50).
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Post  Raters on Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:25 am

I found this very odd tbh.
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Post  evergreen blue on Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:54 am


Great news, I'm all for it. However. How on earth am I going to get up those bloody steps?

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Post  bluenosekev on Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:59 am

Excellent news food


Will try x3 of them pork baps with mustard and stuffing eating

But where is kiosk 10 ? (And dont say next to fekking kiosk 9).


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Post  evergreen blue on Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:19 am


No Kev, it's between 9 and 11. laughing
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Post  bluenosekev on Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:26 am

evergreen blue wrote:
No Kev, it's between 9 and 11. laughing

Fekk off trev.

By the way I would bring you a pork bap over at ht mate only I will be in the bar as Bluenosebryan is getting the beers in drinking


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Post  evergreen blue on Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:40 am


See you in the Anchor before game. drinking
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Post  bluenosekev on Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:44 am

evergreen blue wrote:
See you in the Anchor before game. drinking


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Post  lowdham bluenose on Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:09 am

It's about decent catering came to the Blues. The catering at the London clubs is just tops.

My concern is that fine food will be wasted on Tilton Roaders. I hope it doesn't fail just because Tilton Roaders prefer shyte pies, shyte chips and shyte beer.


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Post  bluenosekev on Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:11 pm

Kiosk 10 is situated at the corner of the Tilton & The Kop on the end.

The Pork baps were quiet nice tbh, choice of American or English Mustard and Apple Sauce was also available, at £2.50 per bap they were worth a punt but at £3.50 next time I wont bother.


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Post  lowdham bluenose on Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:26 pm

bluenosekev wrote:, at £2.50 per bap they were worth a punt but at £3.50 next time I wont bother.


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You tight-fisted git. If the product is quality then it's worth the price. So much product and service in this country is crap because the masses demand cheap. Remember, so often cheap does not mean value for money.
I'd rather have a quality Meissels Weiss at £4.70 than a pissy Carling at £2.80.

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Post  bluenosekev on Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:57 pm

Anyhow I got a question.

What do you prefer American or English mustard?

I cant stand that Yankee stuff! Have been brought up on Colemans thumb up

English or American?


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Post  lowdham bluenose on Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:18 pm

What's American mustard?

Their mustard is similar to ours. If you mean French's mustard then I love it just as I love Coleman's mustard.

It's French mustard I can't get on with.
(that's French mustard not French's mustard)

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Post  bluenosekev on Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:35 pm

lowdham bluenose wrote:What's American mustard?

Their mustard is similar to ours. If you mean French's mustard then I love it just as I love Coleman's mustard.

It's French mustard I can't get on with.
(that's French mustard not French's mustard)


American mustard is sweet compared to the UK stuff.

Its like comparing a pint of Carlsberg to a pint of Leffe.

French Mustard is kind of inbetween but still nowhere near as strong as Colemans.


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Post  evergreen blue on Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:03 pm

Talking of mustard. You guys know I go over to France every year, to an area around the Champagne region, visiting RAF war graves.

We stay with French people in their homes. Well, we always take with us, because they love it. Colmans English mustard. Sharp Cheddar cheese, and Jars of pickle onions.

All swilled down with English Ale, which we also take with us. I've also taken a few joints of British Beef too, in the past.

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Post  bluenosekev on Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:31 pm

evergreen blue wrote: Talking of mustard. You guys know I go over to France every year, to an area around the Champagne region, visiting RAF war graves.

We stay with French people in their homes. Well, we always take with us, because they love it. Colmans English mustard. Sharp Cheddar cheese, and Jars of pickle onions.

All swilled down with English Ale, which we also take with us. I've also taken a few joints of British Beef too, in the past.

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What did you think of your pork bap Trev?

Marks out of 10 ? lol..

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Post  bluenosekev on Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:46 pm

I just realised.

I forgot to mention the hot stuffing thumb up


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Post  evergreen blue on Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:51 pm


I'm not committing myself over the stuffing. I can get myself into trouble without any help thanks. Cheering
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