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lardy cake

n
(Cookery) Brit a rich sweet cake made of bread dough, lard, sugar, and dried fruit
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From Lardy cakes to cake sandwiches, follow a trail around the museum and discover all sorts of weird and wonderful facts about cooking and baking in the Black Country.
We also did gorgeous lardy cakes. I'm amazed I wasn't enormous!" James' younger brother Sam also went into acting, playing John Archer in The Archers, and taking part in primetime TV's first gay wedding in Casualty.
I saw him at the festival when I was co-presenting on MacAulay & Co and I was crying with laughter," says the woman with the appetite for lardy cakes and laughter.
The rest of the year, we are given biscuits, lardy cakes, doughnuts, cream cakes and much more, with tea and coffee day and night.
Children will be able to make a bird box or bird lardy cakes and explore the nature reserve.
'Morning sir, I'll be dropping off your lardy cakes before noon and give my good wishes to your good lady wife,' he'd say.
English lardy cakes, made in the public ovens during the 1500s were served with afternoon tea and during holidays.
Lard continues to grow in popularity with the UK food processing market as it is ideal for making products such as pork pies, shortcrust pastries and traditional Lardy cakes.
Just as in traditional times, you have to ask for a key at the counter to use the outdoor toilet (don't worry there's a toasty radiator in there, thank goodness!) The counter was lined with home-baked lardy cakes, scones and other sweet treats.
They also sell home-made apple pies, lardy cakes and fresh cream cakes.