bakestone


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bakestone

(ˈbeɪkˌstəʊn)
n
(Cookery) a flat stone placed in or near an oven or fire, for baking cakes on
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WELSH CAKES COOKING on a bakestone or griddle has been common practice throughout Wales for centuries.
Recipes and images: Food & Drink Wales WELSH CAKES COOKING on a bakestone or griddle has been common practice throughout Wales for centuries.
Skim off any fat from the juices and bring to a simmer, whisk in the honey, season and serve with the lamb WELSH CAKES COOKING on a bakestone or griddle has been common practice throughout Wales for centuries.
Mr Rourke, 46, of Bakestone Moor, Derbys, added that he fears he will be evicted from his home over rent arrears as a result of the Bedroom Tax.
Heat a heavy-based, non-stick frying pan or bakestone and grease with a little oil.
There is the bakestone itself, then the sprittle or slice for lifting the cake off the heat, the dashon or wooden tub in which to stir the dough, and the meal arc for storing the meal and bacon.
At Coulton's Bread, in Aintree, for example, boss Howard Hunter has overseen the launch of the Bakestone brand to help his firm protect its margins.
8/10 | Liverpool-based Bakestone Yorkshire Parkin, bought from Taylor's of Honley (PS2) We couldn't really detect any ginger - only sugar.
She gave me her own bakestone when I was little that had been forged from the docks at Barry.
Rating: 9/10 Bakestone, 99p for four These smelled gorgeously spicy as soon as the bag was opened and the taste didn't disappoint.
But it also sells its own products through the Bakestone brand it launched to help it win new business and maintain its margins.