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Pot Meals
Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland

(or Panaculty, Panacalty, Penaclty )

Sliced potato and onion with meat pieces, cooked in the manner of Pan Haggerty.

Also spelled Panacalty or Penaclty the name might possibly be related to 'pahnikitee', given by Bill Griffiths 'Dictionary of North East Dialect' as a word for left-over food, possibly derived from the word 'kilt', given in 'Northumberland words' (1892) by Richard Heslop as meaning "to gather up, to tuck up".

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Saturday 28 July 1951

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