bath bun


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bath bun

n
(Cookery) Brit a sweet bun containing spices and dried fruit
[C19: from Bath, where it was originally made]
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Jacob was eating his pie by large mouthfuls, and looking round at the other good things in the shop, while he embraced his pitchfork with his left arm, and laid his left hand on some Bath buns.
He wished the Bath buns might by chance have arsenic in them.
Bath bun Descended from the Bath cake, created in the city in the 18th century.
WHAT TO EAT: Try local delicacies - enjoy a Bath Bun in the elegant 18th Century Pump Room in the Roman Baths complex or a Sally Lunn bun made to a secret recipe in the nearby Sally Lunn's Refreshment House.
After the Eccles cake and Bath bun came a new creation - the Huddersfield cake.
SAINT: Bath Bun, Marks & Spencer, 217 calories/71g.
Wimbledon has always been synonymous with strawberries and cream of course, but way back when Martina Navratilova was just a twinkle in her parents' eyes the speciality fayre around the All-England Club was a delicious home-made Bath Bun, courtesy of Messrs J Lyons.
uk) or perhaps the Bath Bun at the Bath Bun Tea Shoppe (07875042995; thebathbun.
And if there's council cash left, buy them a Bath bun to eat while they look around the parks and posh buildings.
SALLY LUNN'S: You'll find a coffee shop round every corner, but Sally Lunn's is a cut above Take half an hour here for a cream tea and a Bath Bun.
And baker firm Mountstevens are planning to mark the event on May 12 by producing the biggest-ever Bath Bun.