"This time we had incredibly good weather with no gazebos or lobscouse
flung in the air!" said Mr Owen.
It comes from the word "Lobscouse
" and has been eaten by sailors in Northern Europe.
But, although we know this is a shortened form of "lobscouse
", there has been much speculation about the roots of "lob-scouse".
Liverpool Thought this country's bank was broke, but we can give millions to yet another ungrateful country.
In addition to interrogating Ben about where he's been and chastising him for not caring a "smite" for her or their children, Betty tells him that his "supper's a-top o'th oon!" Ben then asks what she's made for supper and she tells him, "I've warmed thou some o' that lobscouse
'at wur laft yesterday." Warmed-up leftovers can hardly compete with the "bacon-collops" (rasher of bacon) and "quart o' ale-posset" (warm milk and beer sweetened) that are promised to the absent husband in "Come Whoam" and Ben seems to notice.
POSH BOY'S TOYS Two posh boys, don't know the price of milk But I guarantee, these two wear shirts of silk There are more than two, posh boys in the House Who also know naught, of the tasty lobscouse
If you need to know, what an Oligarchy is Look no further, cast your eyes on this They allowed a hose-pipe ban, in a so called drought Then rain soaked every-one, entirely throughout I don't know, what they teach at Eton But it is true, they think they can't be beaten This is undemocratic, and open to abuse Should they be allowed, to be out on the loose?
Holyhead's 79 pub will be packed with lobscouse
on offer at half time.
They and Liverpool seamen helped to evolve lobscouse
, the meat and potato stew, whose name, shortened to 'Scouse' has since become the label of every Liverpudlian.
It is perhaps as alarming and exhilarating as the Western seaman's culinary switch from the "usual sailor's menu of lobscouse
, dandyfunk and chokedog, to a Laskari fare of karibat and kedgeree."
She describes surprisingly varied meals and includes recipes for such delicacies as sea pie, lobscouse
Norton, has built a cottage industry for the author The house publishes all 20 of his seafaring novels, as well as curios like "Lobscouse
and Spotted Dog: The Definitive Food Reference" to his fiction.
'Lobley' has onomatopoeic connotations with 'lob' (a 'bumpkin', also a 'lump'); and with 'lobscouse
' (a rough-and-ready seaman's dish) and of course with 'lobster'.