Co-op near old Bush pub.

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  1. gosportyke

    gosportyke Well-Known Member

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    Sorry TT, but a fish cake is flaked fish between 2 slices of potato and battered and a scallop is a slice of potato covered in batter: well it was in my village chippy and surrounding chippys.
     
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    Correct
     
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    That’s a scallop a fish cake is flaked fish with a bread crumb coating
     
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    gosportyke Well-Known Member

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    It is if it has Capt Birdseye on the side of the packet :)
     
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    give over! :)
     
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    It’s true, I tell you!
     
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    I had a bacon sarnie on one of said Tea cakes,bread cakes, rolls etc and a cheese sarnie this evening . All in all very advantageous for my well being.
     
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    Is a 3 match ban for Brad Potts appropriate in this case?
     
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    I worked in Sheffield and to sort this out I took a breadcake, a teacake and a currant teacake all the same diameter to get their reaction. The currant teacake was a teacake and the breadcake was a breadcake to them. They were baffled by the teacake and said they didn't have them in Sheffield.
     
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    What's difference between a teacake and a breadcake . Same thing isn't it ?
     
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    My wife insists that breadcakes are bigger than teacakes...At least I think that is waht she is saying as the ringing in my ears hasn't stopped yet:eek:
     
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    Are you from Sheffield :d? A teacake is a currant teacake without currants. The texture is different to a breadcake. It has a darker brown smooth upper surface. Dont know if they put sugar in it our what. A breadcake is lighter brown and is the same. colour top and bottom. Anybody work at bakery? They might explain the formula.
     
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    Dont know about the colour ..Isn't that simply the difference between steam baked and traditional oven baked?
     
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    I live just across the road from that co op. The cheeky twats have put their prices up on a lot of things. Surely not right,?
     
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    You.might be right, I'm no baker but.maybe teacskes are steam baked in Barnsley and breadcake oven baked whereas Sheffield has a steam baked breadcake as well as an oven baked breadcake. Had this debate for donkeys years in work and no one came ip with a definitive answer
     
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    I would expect prices to go up a bit as it is harder to get the supply.
     
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    Your wife is correct. 100%. Tarn lass I assume.
    Nooooooo see above
     
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    Good god, no man!
    Fishcake is mixed tatey and fish in breadcrumbs
    Scallop is two bits of tatey with fish in the middle
    Fish bart coyt is lightly battered fish
     
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    Right let's get it straight. Lesson of the day to out of tarners
    1. Teacake. = Small breadcake
    2. Breadcake= large teacake
    3. Currant teacake = teacake wi currants in
    4. Fruited teacake = teacake wi currants or raisins or sultanas
    5. Bap = Small round tennis ball size breadroll
    6. Fishcake= the same as you can buy in the supermarket ( what's not to understand). Fish, tatie. parsley all mashed up in a breadcrumb casing.
    7 Patty = Fish between 2 slices of tatie in batter.
    8. Scallop = Slice of tatie in batter or a scallop in a shell.
    9. Rissole = Mincemeat or fish in pastry or breadcrumbs. Not to be confused with number 6.
    PS A ginnel is a Snicket not a ginnel
    Laikin has several connotations. Not just being ont sick.
    Tea is Tia
    I could go on
    Bloomin Dee dars
     
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