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Post by ayohell on 8/2/2011, 15:30

please post below what you call them, had a discussion on live yesterday with a few and lady gardens and man sausages were soon in the conversation but what do you call a muffin where you come from and what is the wierdest name? It's a muffin around manchester, though i know thats more recently from our colonial cousins that they are now a tall fairy cake, they are just not confident enough to use that term! I mean if it's not a muffin what do you call an oven bottom muffin? A roll around here is more like the hot-dog bread thing and baps come in pairs with nipples...
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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 15:38

Always called em BAPS Very Happy

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Post by knikki91 on 8/2/2011, 15:43

A bagette is called a Torp (torpedo) in St.Helens
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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 15:52

Muffin Razz

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 15:54

Barm Cake 1

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 15:57

A bap is a binlid
A muffin is a muffin

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Post by heavytread on 8/2/2011, 17:04

Breadcake or Teacake, mainly Yorkshire and East Lancashire - Refers to the round flat type of bread often used for sandwich making.
Bread roll or just roll.
Bap (often a larger soft roll, roughly 5-6 inches in diameter). Dough can contain fats such as lard or butter to provide tenderness to dough. Can come in multiple shapes dependent on region. Baps as traditionally made in Scotland are not sweet, unlike the Irish version which may contain currants. The 9th Edition of the Concise Oxford Dictionary (1995) says that the word "bap" dates from the 16th century and that its origin is unknown.
Barm or barm cake in Lancashire is a flat, floured, savoury, small bread made using a natural leaven including mashed hops to stop it souring. It is also slang for a bap in the North-West of England.
Batch, Coventry/Nuneaton term , a large soft floured roll from Shropshire.
Bin lid, a large round soft white or brown roll common in Merseyside.
Blaa, a doughy, white bread roll. A speciality found in Waterford, Ireland.
Bulkie roll, a type of roll with a crust that is usually slightly crisp or crunchy and has no toppings.
Bun (e.g., hamburger bun or hot dog bun).
Buttery, a flat savoury roll from Aberdeen.
Cob, the name used in reference to a round bread roll, often crusty, in parts of the Midlands and North West, England.[1] A cob more usually refers to a loaf[2] of bread so called due to the shape, from the Anglo Saxon for "head". An alternative source of the term cob in reference to a bread roll is the similarity in shape and size to a cobblestone.[citation needed]
Dinner roll, a smaller roll, often crusty.
Dollar roll, a small silver-dollar-sized roll, often sliced and used for sandwiches.
Finger roll, a soft roll about three times longer than it is wide.
Flour cake is also used, along with barm in Bolton.
French Roll, often used as a generic term for the bread roll but also a sweeter softer roll with milk added to the dough.
Italian roll, also known as a hoagie roll, long roll or steak roll, a long, narrow roll with an airy, dry interior and crusty exterior.
Kaiser roll, a crusty round roll, often topped with poppy seeds or sesame seeds made by folding corners of a square inward so that their points meet.
Kummelweck, a kaiser roll or bulkie roll that is topped with a mixture of kosher salt and caraway seeds. This type of roll is a regional variation found primarily in Upstate New York.
Manchet, a yeast roll popular with the Tudor Court of which there are many variations.
Muffin Some people in the UK refer to a bread roll as a "muffin" (commonly used in Rochdale, Oldham, Bury, Ashton-Under-Lyne and parts of West Yorkshire), although a muffin is also a separate, distinct form of bread product. See English Muffin.
Nudger, a long soft white or brown roll similar to a large finger roll common in Liverpool.
Oven Bottom, a Lancashire term for a flat, floury, soft roll.
Stottie cake, a thick, flat, round loaf. Stotties are common in North East England.

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Re: Baps, rolls, muffins, or what are they called?

Post by heavytread on 8/2/2011, 17:04

Well you did ask......

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Post by Xindianna on 8/2/2011, 17:51

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Re: Baps, rolls, muffins, or what are they called?

Post by ayohell on 8/2/2011, 18:02

@heavytread wrote:Well you did ask......

no mention of lady gardens then for muffins at least :)

I do fancy a bacon blaa though 1

and.. living between Bury and Rochdale I can quite rightly call them muffins :) thank you
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Re: Baps, rolls, muffins, or what are they called?

Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 18:17

Barm. Everything else is wrong.

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 19:06

COB, ROLL, a muffin is a fucking cake !

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 19:22

I call it....FOOD

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 19:41

Think I'll go with heavy's 'brief discription .... !!!

Oatcakes ftw ....!!

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 20:14

Around Sheffield its like this

If its filled with chips its a Buttie

otherwise the following apply

breadcake - bread bap - bap

Too clafify

Muffins are those sh*ty thinks severd at McDonalds
Tea cakes contain raisens/fruit

Barm cakes are in fact a breadcake the only thing barmy about them are the folks that named them that in the 1st place lol!

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 20:15

b2g-sillyboyfish wrote:Around Sheffield its like this

If its filled with chips its a Buttie

otherwise the following apply

breadcake - bread bap - bap

Too clafify

Muffins are those sh*ty thinks severd at McDonalds
Tea cakes contain raisens/fruit

Barm cakes are in fact a breadcake the only thing barmy about them are the folks that named them that in the 1st place lol!

bugger forgot to add Cob Very Happy

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Post by Guest on 8/2/2011, 23:00

Unless I've got the wrong end of the stick, Baps have nipples and most lady gardens look like Badly Packed Kebabs scratch


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Post by Guest on 15/2/2011, 16:47

gorillachops wrote:Unless I've got the wrong end of the stick, Baps have nipples and most lady gardens look like Badly Packed Kebabs scratch


remind me not to eat kebabs were you live !!!

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Post by Lord Farnswaller on 15/2/2011, 17:07

crumpets
baps
finger rolls

me like a nice bit of crumpet

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Post by Xindianna on 15/2/2011, 18:00

b2g-sillyboyfish wrote:
gorillachops wrote:Unless I've got the wrong end of the stick, Baps have nipples and most lady gardens look like Badly Packed Kebabs scratch


remind me not to eat kebabs were you live !!!

Ooooh I havent had a kebab in ages Razz Very Happy ......er......umm.......ooops Embarassed
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Post by regi_mental on 15/2/2011, 18:12

Batch...

a muffin is a mule...
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Post by Guest on 18/2/2011, 01:59

twizted545 wrote:COB, ROLL, a muffin is a fucking cake !

And I thought the 'cake was a lie'

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Post by Guest on 16/3/2011, 22:17

Its a batch

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Post by Guest on 16/3/2011, 22:37

mmmm....muffins

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Post by Lord Farnswaller on 17/3/2011, 12:53

+1

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