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Helen.rowe31

  30 days ago

Bedfordshire Clanger anyone?

For those of you who have never heard of these. The Bedfordshire clanger was originally the food of farm labourers. A suet pudding with a meat filling at one end and sweet the other, portable cold or eaten hot on returning home. They were considered affordable, filling and very calorific. As the pudding could be left simmering away all day, ready for the family's evening return, it suited an area where many of the women were employed outside the home in the 19th century. I only thought of this when having my breakfast today. I had my version with a Bedfordshire clanger style crumpet. Marmite on one side and strawberry jam on the other. Delicious :)
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davidwatkin

  30 days ago
It sounded great until you got to the Marmite bit Helen. :-o xx Reply
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SimpleP

  30 days ago
i have never heard of it until now, sounds a bit like a Cornish pasty but instead of the pastry it has suit, I am not sure if I would try on ? maybe a small taste suit is full of fat and calories not my type of lunch ! Reply
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trevjohn

  30 days ago
Sounding workable, maybe a wrap with oaty beef stew one end and sweetened stewed apple the other, perhaps better as two separate wraps with separate fillings ? ..Definitely the business with two wraps and both filling ingredients cooked together - been there done that often - which makes a super dinner :). Reply
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minniebabe

  30 days ago
Never heard of it - my family originated from Bedfordshire Reply
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Geliila

  30 days ago
Marmite and Jam??? I will have to test that marmite again some day. Reply
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Mark_W

  30 days ago
Yuck! LOL! Reply
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CathHMN

  30 days ago
Despite living in Bedfordshire during my teenage years I have never tried a Bedfordshire clanger Reply
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