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Buckingham Bacon Badger
Pies and Pastries

Suet pastry pasty filled with chopped bacon, onion and potato. Steamed.

The origin of the name is obscure, it does not contain badger (though it could, see Badger) and may be connected with an old usage of 'badger' to mean a trade dealer, especially in flour.

Similar to other types of Bacon Roll Pudding, but with added potato.

See:
Bacon Pudding - Berkshire
Bacon Pudding - Hampshire
Bedfordshire Clangers
Clanger
Crowfield Clanger
Buckingham Bacon Badger




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