10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIRDLE SCONE»
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The English dialect dictionary, being the complete ...
The food whar'on your fathers fared, A girdle scone an'chcesc, llALInuRTON
Ocllil lrlylls (1891) 32. (4) Yks. ln Yks. they still have a girdle stone for baking their
oaten cakes upon, BRockEI-r CI. (18461. 3. Phr. (1) like 11 IN" on a ln't(liol) girdle
Heather the Westie Sea Dog
moaned Hughie, looking sadly at the girdle scone he had been about to eat, but
which was now dripping with salty seawater. "You can dry yourself, Hughie
MacBlether," retorted Moosie, handing him the kitchen towel. After they'd gone for
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India
It is generally cooked in the form of flat cakes of unleavened bread, resembling a
girdle scone, and known as Chapatti, which constitute one of the chief articles of
diet in many parts of India, especially amongst the Muhammadan population ...
For each one of his three meals, every day, it was the same, varying only when
he took a 'wee strupak' with neighbours, when he would permit himself a piece of
girdle scone with jam. He ate neither meat nor vegetables, nor even bread and ...
Peter nodded startled but vigorous acquiescence and under cover of their
protestations I thankfully transferred the piece of shortbread to my pocket and
embarked upon a fresh-baked girdle-scone, the appetizing smell of which had
been filling ...
Deciding that the completion of the haystack was the most imperative, as soon as
she reached the house she made herself a cup of tea and stuffed a piece of
girdle scone into her jacket pocket. Putting damp peats on the fire, she armed
... she hadcome tolive in Fergus' cottage, itwasthe custom, once TinaWilly's
packhad been inspected and the necessary purchases made, for the old woman
to beinvitedto sitinthe kitchen andtake acupof tea and a helping of girdle scone.
I, of all people: an autobiography of youth
leaving the comparative safety of home for unpredictable foreign parts. I think the
university authorities must have felt the same. I could sense that Girdle Scone
was unwilling to let me leave for Europe - I was the perfect victim for his cruelty.
The Countryman: A Quarterly Non-party Review and Miscellany ...
It was a mixture of barley-meal and pease-meal or pease-meal and flour, made
like a girdle scone. [We remember once trying pease-meal bannock which had
been made for the baker's pony. It was very hard but could be broken into broth, ...
John William Robertson Scott, 1942
There was a huge piece of girdle scone on my plate, the butter on it very near as
thick as the scone. "I know you like butter, Niall," she said. "Many's the time I have
seen you spreading it on thick at home." "It is fine," I said, getting the smell of the ...
Allan Campbell McLean, 1962
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Heat up the griddle for handy, tasty scones
(These could be related to a Scottish version called a girdle scone.) Both recipes are handy when you're camping or when your oven is busy ... «Winnipeg Free Press, Oct 12»