Bath chap

Bath chap

n
(Cookery) the lower part of the cheek of a pig, cooked and eaten, usually cold
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A MEATA delicacy known as the Bath chap could become a thing of the past due to red tape.
Seren is particularly keen to see Bath Chaps - pig's cheek coated in breadcrumbs - back on tables.
bag But all Before you know it, this encyclopedia of British food, the result of a seven-month tour of Britain for Channel 4, has you desperate for a portion of Bath Chaps (made from pig's cheek), worried about certain foods not having Protected Designation of Origin status and desperate to visit Pete's Eats Cafe in Llanberis, Wales.
Bath chaps and jugged hare are dishes hit by a culinary "generation gap" between the under-25s and over-60s.
From the leveller gooseberry to lovage cordial and bara brith to bath chaps, this book illustrates how Britain is heavily populated with fine regional foods.