The flavour was good though. There is no higher praise for sheepmeat. Why not say?
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Especially as they were rather good, close textured and very meaty. There were three of them poking out of a light and fluffy Yorkshire pudding which in turn was parked on top of a mound of apple and black pudding mash circled with a rich gravy.
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We were half tempted by dessert. Actually, we were very tempted by dessert. Unfortunately, lots of other people had fancied it too and there was none left.
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Review: Papa's, Ripon. The reader cannot help but share instantly the author's lifelong love affair with the most graceful and one of the most powerful birds in the British Isles, whose ways are remarkably little known. Jim Crumley has watched swans all across Scotland - the city slickers in Edinburgh; the mute pair which successfully raises entire clutches of eight or nine year in, year out on a man-made pond; the pair that valiantly tried three times in one season against the odds to rear young on a Highland loch; and the wintering flocks and lone wanderers of whoopers and Bewicks in landscapes as far flung as the carse of Stirling to Glencoe and Skye.
In all, here is a wildlife book unlike most others you will have read - tough, lyrical, surprising, colourful, moving, keenly observed and beautifully written.
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West Highland Free Press 'Compulsively descriptive and infectious in its enthusiasm, it is a compelling read'. Scotland on Sunday 'A superbly illustrated account'. The Scots Magazine.
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