1. Viridian

    Viridian Member Supporter

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    Toasted Teacakes

    Discussion in 'Research' started by Viridian, Dec 1, 2016.

    Random question, but do people still eat toasted teacakes over in England and can they still be purchased from a bakery/cafe? I just used them in my WIP then wondered if they are still around - certainly never see them in NZ.

    (Mmmmmmm, I could just murder one now :pop:)
     
  2. SethLoki

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    Oh yes still prevalent, supermarkets and bakeries, here up north at least. I was at my Dad's the other night, he had four lined up (not for me :-( ) as big as saucers they were (my eyes)—minded to add them now to the shopping list this week (not eyes—teacakes).

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    Someone I know has a toaster whereby you can dial in the strength of the heat for each individual side of whatever it is you're toasting. Made with these in mind I'm sure.
     
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  3. Viridian

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    Brilliant, thanks Seth. Have to make do with fruity toast here, similar but not the same.
     

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