Getting to the (Oven) Bottom of it: In Celebration of Real Muffins

The joy of Oven Bottom Muffins

Real Oven Bottom Muffins
Oven Bottom Muffins.

 

Muffin, barm, barmcake, roll, nudger, teacake and┬ápikelet – I know for sure they are generically known as bread rolls, but they are more than just alternative names. Though we may ask for a chip barm in Blackley, a chicken bap in Bristol, or a ham salad roll in Tankerton, it is churlish to suggest that a barm is the same as a roll.┬áThere is differences in texture, baking style, and thickness. Continue reading “Getting to the (Oven) Bottom of it: In Celebration of Real Muffins”

Another Take Out: Alternative Fast Food Outlets to the Totalitarian Multinational Offerings

Other eateries are available – and lovingly recommended by Feast of the M60

20 to 30 years ago, a trip to McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken or Wimpy would have been quite a novelty. The then big three of the 1980s would soon become two, as Wimpy lost town centre branches. By the start of the noughties, the new third force in take out food became Subway. Continue reading “Another Take Out: Alternative Fast Food Outlets to the Totalitarian Multinational Offerings”

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