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Fulford Biscuits

They were "about six inches across, and tasted like a mixture of Bath Oliver and plain water biscuits, but thicker, and they were delicious": 'Good Things in England' by Florence White (White 1932)

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Believed to have been devised by a Mrs Leng of York, known at least since reports of her sudden death in 'The York Herald' of Saturday 2 July 1836. The business of Fulford Biscuit making appears to have been continued by her son and grandsons, with considerable fame and success, from premises at 17 Saviourgate, York.

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