Fri Jan 18, 2013, 08:49 AM
dipsydoodle (42,239 posts)
WWII lard washes up on beach at Angus nature reserve
Storms over the east coast have resulted in several unusual relics from World War II washing up on an Angus beach.
Staff at St Cyrus nature reserve said four large, barrel-shaped pieces of lard have appeared on the shore.
The fat is believed to have escaped from the wreck of a merchant vessel that was bombed in WW II.
Scottish Natural Heritage said the lard was still a brilliant white and smelled "good enough to have a fry up with."
Should keep the local birds happy for quite while.
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Fri Jan 18, 2013, 09:00 AM
pipoman (14,299 posts)
2. Imagine the pie crusts which could be made..
*taking a bite of delicious cherry pie at your favorite pie shop* Manager: Are you enjoying your meal? Oh, I see you have a slice of our famous pie..We used vintage lard in that delicious cherry pie..1942 vintage to be exact....enjoy!
Oh, and is there irony in lard washing up on Angus Beach?