barm cake


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barm cake

n
(Cookery) dialect Lancashire a round flat soft bread roll
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"And I'd snack throughout the day on crisps and chocolate or treat myself to anything I wanted at work -- I'd buy a whole rotisserie chicken and eat it, skin and all, on a barm cake or buy a ready meal and eat it with bread and chips.
For lunch, she would eat sandwiches with crisps and chocolate, followed by more sweet treats - and sometimes even a whole rotisserie chicken on a barm cake as a snack.
For lunch she would eat sandwiches with crisps and chocolate, followed by more sweet treats and sometimes even a whole rotisserie chicken with skin on a barm cake.
Cold Feet is already as warm and comforting as a toasted barm cake. Perfect autumn TV.
Use of terms such as 'cob', 'barm cake' or 'bap' would be punished by on the spot fines and a compulsory attendance of a batch awareness course.
His angry grandmother Sheila, 68, raged: "They gave him a brown barm cake and glass of water.
It came served in a toasted barm cake with lettuce, tomatoes, onion rings, sweet potato fries (of which I had to have a taste!) and relish.
DIALLING CODES: stottie; brioche; pitta bread; crumpet; barm cake; muffin; baguette; poppadom; ciabatta; scone; pikelet; damper.
The only disappointment is makers Waddingtons opted not to change the metal counters from the old traditional thimble, boat, iron and Scottie dog to represent Corrie traditions like a barm cake, a pint, a pillar box and the famous cat.
So, this particular day we were in, I had the pasta, Bobbi had a healthy ham salad (with a side order of chips, mind you) and Geena had a barm cake filled with smoked salmon and cream cheese.
"But if you order a barm cake in London they would not have a clue but I would feel uneasy asking to see someone's baps."
After kids uncover the answers parents could reward them with a bacon barm cake (pounds 2.95) at the park's Caffi Florence.