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Cornish Tatie Cake
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Cornwall

Known from local reports, and a poem published in 'The Cornishman' - Thursday 09 March 1933, part of which goes:
We're married now and quite contented,
   Never have a row
We have a poultry farm near Truro,
   Three acres and a cow.
She's good at making leeky pasties,
   Tatie cake and jam,
I don't regret for marrying Jennie
   I am a happy man.


See also: Weardale Tatie Cake

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