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barm cake

n
(Cookery) dialect Lancashire a round flat soft bread roll
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It all started to go wrong for him when he began to believe that being able to knock out a few barm cakes with a twinkle in his eye made him the Warren Beatty of baking.
Is it butties, sandwiches or barm cakes? Don't leave without putting it straight.
So the idea of him, with all his kaleidoscopic kookiness, beaming down into the middle of GBBO's cosy bourgeois world of bunting and barm cakes seemed like commercial suicide on behalf of the show's makers.
"In Tesco, we're going to have our barm cakes, a range of breads including the Welsh batch and Village sliced.
"In Tesco, we're going to have a range of breads, our barm cakes, a range of breads including the Welsh batch and Village sliced, in other words our top sellers.
IN The Wrinkled Stocking Tea Room anorak-clad tourists sheltering from a downpour tuck into barm cakes or a Batty's Big Breakfast.
Earlier this year the bakery clinched a deal with supermarket chain Tesco Since July it is supplying 11 Tesco stores in North Wales with nine of the bakery's products - including white and brown bread, barm cakes, fruit scones and tea cakes.
A BRAVE gran tried to fight off a knife-wielding robber with a tray of barm cakes.
2407886 Bread, bread rolls, barm cakes, bread products containing cooked foods; filled buns and filled sandwiches; biscuits; cakes; cookies; fans; tarts; savouries; pastries; pies and pasties; patisseries; speciality breads, French breads, croissants, rolls, scones; shortbread; bakery products, products made from flour; flour; cereals and preparations made from cereals and/or rice and/or flour; pizzas, pizza bases; ices, icecreams, frozen ices; sweets and confectionery; chocolate and goods made from chocolate; all included in Class 30.
Among the colloquialisms from Lancashire are "barm cakes" (bread rolls) and "bottomin" (spring cleaning) and from Newcastle "stotty" and "tabs."
A baker by trade, Carl is introducing a new menu of traditional pub food, featuring freshly baked bread and Lancashire barm cakes.
A Lancashire-Yorkshire divide comes with barm cakes and teacakes.