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"Toad-in-a-Hole Biscuits and Friends" from Food History Jottings - In this blog post by food historian Ivan Day, there is a thorough explanation of several late 18th century biscuits: toad-in-a-hole (similar to today's thumbprint cookies), Nutt's orange biscuit, etc. This image also shows judge's biscuits, almond faggots, and Yarmouth biscuits.

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from Mail Online

For 125 years The Cook Shop has sold traditional cuisine in the small West Midlands town of Cradley Heath. Now the store - and its secret recipes handed down through generations - is up for sale.

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Our Food at The Mermaid Fish Bar - Barmouth. My note: Faggots are not simply meat balls. They were traditionally the offal from animals, surrounded by the caul fat (lacy membranes from pig's stomachs) which were heavily seasoned. A faggot was a bundle of sticks tied with string, the food was a bundle of meats and offal tied with caul (britishfood.about.com).