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British breakfasts infographic.  The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

British breakfasts infographic. The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

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Enjoy Welsh Cakes with a cup of tea. Perfect for the morning or as an afternoon snack. These little pancakes are easy and quick to make on the griddle | The Worktop

Enjoy Welsh Cakes with a cup of tea. Perfect for the morning or as an afternoon snack. These little pancakes are easy and quick to make on the griddle | The Worktop

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A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

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Welsh Cakes are also known as bakestones within Wales because they are traditionally cooked on a bakestone (Welsh: maen), a cast iron griddle

Welsh Cakes are also known as bakestones within Wales because they are traditionally cooked on a bakestone (Welsh: maen), a cast iron griddle

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What is a Full Breakfast and what are the differences in an Irish, Scottish, Ulster, English, and Welsh Fry-Up.

What is a Full Breakfast and what are the differences in an Irish, Scottish, Ulster, English, and Welsh Fry-Up.

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Clootie Dumplin. Should have a 'skin' by coating the cloot or cloth with flour. Everyone says that's the best bit.

Clootie Dumplin. Should have a 'skin' by coating the cloot or cloth with flour. Everyone says that's the best bit.

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Welsh Cakes With A Twist! - Cupful of Sprinkles Enjoyed as a snack, or a more indulgent breakfast. These welsh cakes are definitely going on my list of festive treats! Super simple and extra tasty, they may be unconventional for the holidays, but with the cranberries they definitely fit in! Find the full recipe up on the blog now...

Welsh Cakes With A Twist! - Cupful of Sprinkles Enjoyed as a snack, or a more indulgent breakfast. These welsh cakes are definitely going on my list of festive treats! Super simple and extra tasty, they may be unconventional for the holidays, but with the cranberries they definitely fit in! Find the full recipe up on the blog now...

Queen cakes from the english kitchen:  Dating from the 18th century, these cakes have always been baked in small individual tins, either patty pans or individual heart shaped molds.   Sweet and buttery, flavoured with lemon, and stogged full of lovely dried currants

Queen cakes from the english kitchen: Dating from the 18th century, these cakes have always been baked in small individual tins, either patty pans or individual heart shaped molds. Sweet and buttery, flavoured with lemon, and stogged full of lovely dried currants

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