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Collop Cake
Pies and Pastries
Extinct
Yorkshire

Two layers of pastry with bacon or ham between.

Known from 'A glossary of words used in Holderness in the East-Riding of Yorkshire', by Frederick Ross, 1877

See: Collops


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