MCDONALD'S EGG MCMUFFIN sales soar after the chain swaps margarine on the breadcake
Wherever you travel you'll be faced with the odd strange choice or two when you reach the counter - not least what a breadcake is called.
In Barnsley it's a breadcake, my Hudders-eld-born colleagues tell me I'm wrong and it's teacake while up and down the country it's called everything from a cob to a roll to a barm.
Apparently you can't swing a cob (breadcake
if you're from Barnsley) without it landing in this Midlands elixir.
And as for Gina McKee as the mum cutting holes in breadcakes
to make bagels...
Anyway, as part of my charm offensive, I once went into a Leeds bakery and ordered some breadcakes, as they are known in the north.
Eat your breadcakes and you'll grow up big and strong like Keith Senior of Leeds Rhinos
Once rested the dough is fed into the 22" wide short finishing table, where the product can either be pinned to form breadcakes
or coiled to form finger rolls.
"I always imagine the hills as breadcakes
rising in an oven: a child's picture of hills, Teletubby hills even, if like me you have a toddler about the house," says Mark.