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Yorkshire Day sausage sizzle with friends & family at Porcus, Todmorden
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A gathering of friends and family on a gloriously sunny Yorkshire Day at the hilltop farm of Porcus, near Todmorden in West Yorkshire in the south Pennines. Purveyors of fantastically fine pork products from their own outdoor-reared rare breed pigs, we needed little excuse to gather under perfect summer skies and enjoy food, drink and merriment in great company. Local MP Craig Whittaker joins in the fun, while Porcus team members sizzle some more sausages on the griddle.

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Tags: barbecue; food; sausage; pork; meal; gathering; picnic; summer; yorkshire; sunshine
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