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stottie

(ˈstɒtɪ) or

stotty

n
(Cookery) dialect Northeast English a wedge of bread cut from a flat round loaf (stottie cake) that has been split and filled with meat, cheese, etc
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Along with providing the rolls for hot dogs and hot beef sandwiches for the 50,000-plus crowds on match days, he is solely responsible for all on-site baking at the stadium, making everything from cakes and scones to traditional North East stottie cakes.
Now head baker, from his kitchen - one of 16 at the stadium- he works flat out to make, from scratch, the 1,900 bread rolls, 400 stottie cakes, 28 lemon drizzle, 18 coffee and 18 carrot cakes that are needed on match days alone.
Last November Hartlepool-based Camerons brewery launched its 'Stottie' beer in collaboration with fellow brewers Toast Ale.
"My brother brought down some Pease pudding from Newcastle and we also had stottie bread.
Ah bet when sheh gans into Greggs doon sooth an asks for a stottie wi pease pudding they haven't got a clue.
DIALLING CODES: stottie; brioche; pitta bread; crumpet; barm cake; muffin; baguette; poppadom; ciabatta; scone; pikelet; damper.
These are said to include kippers and scrambled egg, ham and lentil soup and stottie cakes (a heavy doughy bread) with pease pudding (a chick-pea type of filling.)
And why choose French composers to show off an instrument that, after its1981 rebuild by Nicholson's, is as English as bacon and eggs in a Tyneside stottie? If Scott Farrell, Newcastle Cathedral's incumbent organist, was so keen to promote entente cordiale he could at least have picked more varied examples from our Gallic cousins' output.
Here they are enjoying their first lunch - obviously including stottie cakes and pease pudding!
The Stottie Company already has three outlets in Teesside - the flagship in Stockton's Castlegate Centre, and branches at Wynyard Business Park and inside Makro at Preston Farm.
The North East gave the worldSinging Hinnies, Stottie Cakes and Britain's most famous chain ofpasty pedlars- but we've been criminally underrepresented in theGreat British Bake Off.
For Camerons Brewery will be producing a new beer called Stottie - and it could turn out to be the best thing since sliced bread.