The recipes that kept generations alive and healthy...
Scad the begger - some say this was the same as Mealy crushie, others talk about frying leftovers for the tramps that came calling
Mealy crushie -
oatmeal fried in pan of bacon fat
Peneada- bread steeped in hot milk or tea with sugar, loads of sugar
Hard Breed - traditional oatmeal biscuits
Egg nog - beaten egg water and flour fried in a pan of bacon fat
Fadge - potatoes and flour baked on a griddle into circular scones then cut in quarters
Pancakes - flour, eggs, water and various different ingredients
Soda farls - soda bread flour, buttermilk, margerine etc baked on a griddle
Spotted loaf - soda bread flour, dried fruit, apples (in some recipes), eggs etc.
Weaten farls - wheaten meal flour etc.
Indian Sodas - basicaly the same as soda farls but with yellow indian corn meal
Weaten scones - nearly the same as the wheaten farls only shaped like scones
Treacle scones - almost the same as soda scones only mixed with treacle
We will also include other recipes from our Welsh, Scottish and English cousins that were in common useage in some areas.