cottage loaf


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cottage loaf

n
(Cookery) Brit a loaf consisting of two round pieces, the smaller of which sits on top of the larger
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The cottage loaf and the pennyworth of milk had been set forth on a sheet of paper on the window-seat.
Well, my love,' he returned, swallowing a bit of the cottage loaf with considerable effort, for it seemed to stick by the way: 'I should have thought it was hardly sufficiently splendid for existing circumstances.
And now, my dear child, if you think you can entertain John Rokesmith for a minute and a half, I'll run over to the Dairy, and fetch HIM a cottage loaf and a drink of milk, that we may all have tea together.
When tha' goes to 'em in th' mornin's tha' shall take a pail o' good new milk an' I'll bake 'em a crusty cottage loaf or some buns wi' currants in 'em, same as you children like.
Some of the timbers from the ship were used in beams and for building the bar in the town's Cottage Loaf pub and some lives on in the beams of the Great Orme's visitor centre.
I had to drag myself out of Tesco's on my hands with a cottage loaf in my mouth.
Barely five feet tall and shaped like a cottage loaf, she had a cuddly body designed for embracing small children.
A After managing several pubs including The Cottage Loaf and Bartons in Llandudno we decided to buy our own pub in 1995 and have been here ever since.
Do readers remember a cottage loaf - one round loaf on top of another one?
I mean God bless her, but she dresses like a Fifties Dutch washerwoman with a cottage loaf on her head.
Mother made me a huge mug of hot sweet tea and watched me demolish half of a cottage loaf, each delicious slice lavishly spread with pork dripping.