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Spice-Kyel
Soups
Historic
Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland

A broth with raisins. Known from dialect glossaries. Possibly similar to Fig-Sue.

'The Pitman's Pay', by Thomas Wilson (1843) includes;
A dumplin' like a sma'-coal heap-
A puil o' spice-kyel i' the middle-
Wi' pies and puddin's, wide and deep,
Aboot myed up the savoury siddell.



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