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Welcome back scratchings lover,
It's Wednesday the 8th of July, hopefully, you'll have been paid a few days ago and you will be in the pub with a nice pint of beer, so it's a good time to catch up on any HBS news you may have missed. Happy reading

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Pork Rind/Crunch Chicken Strips Recipe!

Pork Rind/Crunch Chicken Strips Recipe!
Pork Rind/Crunch Chicken Strips Recipe! When the low carb/Keto revolution happened, people discovered that, when ground up, Pork Rind/Crunch make the most magical stand-in for breadcrumbs. pork rinds! As I write in my cookbook, they have long been relegated to the snack/chip aisle in the grocery store, but when the low carb/Keto revolution happened, people discovered that, when ground up, …

How beer came to medieval England

How beer came to medieval England
How beer came to medieval England. It might be a surprise to some readers to know that this beverage was only introduced to England in the latter half of the fourteenth century and that it arrived thanks to Dutch immigrants. Source: How beer came to medieval England - Medievalists.net

The Rise and Rise of Luxury Pork Scratchings

The Rise and Rise of Luxury Pork Scratchings
What are Luxury Pork Scratchings? Well let's be clear about this, pork scratchings have never really been seen as a luxury item. But strange things are afoot. The recent explosion in craft beer has gentrified the beer market and this is now having a knock-on effect down the pub. The ripples around the bar are becoming waves and these waves …

Just added to the Hairy Bar Snacks Producers Page

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Just added to the Hairy Bar Snacks Producers Page. This must seem like a crazy list to have just added, but I simply don't have the time to do all this website business. I do have a real job that keeps me pretty busy! Anyway, here's a list of a few new added Pork Scratching Producers that I have added …

Changing climate brewing trouble for the craft beer industry

Changing climate brewing trouble for the craft beer industry
Changing climate brewing trouble for the craft beer industry. Trouble is brewing for the craft beer industry across the United States. Barley, hops, and water, three of beer's key ingredients at local breweries, are all becoming harder to produce in a warming world with extreme rainfall patterns. Source: Changing climate brewing trouble for the craft beer industry :: WRAL.com

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