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View Poll Results: What's your favorite cold cut
Turkey 2 8.70%
Goose 0 0%
Duck 0 0%
Pork 2 8.70%
Ham 13 56.52%
Beef 1 4.35%
Other 5 21.74%
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What's your favorite.

Being topical with all the left overs from Christmas what's your favorite
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Man, this is difficult.

My automatic answer was a good bit of ham.

But cold turkey sandwiches with a bit of salt is lovely.

And beef reacts well to a pinch of salt too.

I'm out - it's too hard.
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I'm just enjoying a whiskey and marmalade glazed Ham, with mustard pickle sarnie

But I have to confess, I maybe enjoying turkey and mayo on brown bread later
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Another vote for ham from me.........
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Looks like Ham is gonna be a popular one
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Beef, pork and turkey all strong contenders. Ham ruled out after talking to folk who work in the local bacon factory!
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I'm not talking shop bought pre cooked Joints

I'm talking slow roasted home baked hams

I have to say I did enjoy a pork sarnie with a little English Mustard today
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Haven't eaten ham for years.

Beef (or lamb) for me
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Most of the year I'd say ham so I'll go with that.....or maybe chicken.....oh it is actually a hard choice as I like variety.

At this time of year I do enjoy a bit of turkey as we tend not to have so much that we're eating it for days.
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Most of the year I'd say ham so I'll go with that.....or maybe chicken.....oh it is actually a hard choice as I like variety.

At this time of year I do enjoy a bit of turkey as we tend not to have so much that we're eating it for days.
It does put you off eating cold cuts for days
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Chicken, it's so versatile!
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best 'cold cut' I ever had was at a buffalo Grille in France - Capaccio de boef (don't quote the spelling please!!) raw marinated beef, served wafer thin a lŠ Parma ham, drizzled with olive oil and herbs, it was just amazing.
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I had summat similar as a starter in a restraunt on Gran Canaria in Puerto Rico, Argentine beef

Shame the dozy bint on next the next table asked if it was beetroot salad and was it nice
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