In most northern towns, knowing whether to request a chip butty, chip barm, chip cob, chip barmcake
, chip sandwich, chip sarnie, chip roll, chip muffin or even a piece-n-chips can be the difference between being served a delicious culinary classic and being, if you're lucky, shamed by a derisory "the chuffin' 'ell you on about eh soft lad?
If you get a ham salad sandwich you just know there is less calories in that than an egg and bacon barmcake
, don't you?
THEY'VE been nicknamed the Panini Pavarottis and the Barmcake
When faced with two fit lasses, one sound as a pound, the other a bit of a barmcake
, who'smaking your knees all watery?
It's a large meat and potato with a crust like grandad's old tin helmet from the war, a portion of mushy peas spread on top and placed between the two sliced halves of a large barmcake
(you lot in the south call it a roll) which is affectionately referred to as a flat cap because of its size and consistency.
DUBLIN writer, comedian and all round barmcake
Brendan O'Carroll gleefully admits his stage plays wouldn't rattle Shakespeare or Willy Russell.
The Drew - 'Everybody's Favourite Foreign Import' - is a spicy chicken kashmir barmcake
which shares its name with Australian hooker Brad Drew.
Two slices of bacon, two sausages, a slice of black pudding and a fried egg, all laid on a large barmcake
,is pounds 2.
They're meant to be official exercise equipment, but this being Wigan, she has a meat and potato pie in one hand and a chip barmcake
in the other.