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BeArDy
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ARRRGGGGG this is hurting my head......

What about TOASTED TEA CAKES


Its still a chip muffin END OFF
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Chip Butty with salt & sauce.
Dom
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It physically can't be called a chip muffin as it would suggest that it's in either one of these -



or one of these -



And it's in neither, instead it's in one of these -



A BREAD ROLL
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that may be a bread roll, but a barmcake is much flatter and bigger (you can fit more chips/sausages/rashers on) also known in these parts as a binlid, don't know about anywhere else

[Edited on 19-01-2009 by andy1868]
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quote:
Originally posted by Dom

And it's in neither, instead it's in one of these -



A BREAD ROLL


Thats a cob.
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quote:
Originally posted by Haimsey
chip butty


This.
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It's a chip barm

WTF is with "cob" though
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quote:
Originally posted by Colin
Chip Butty with salt & sauce.


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chip barm all the way
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quote:
Originally posted by strick206
It's a chip barm

WTF is with "cob" though


same can be said about "barm", I'd feel a twat saying that around here.
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chip butty
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quote:
Originally posted by Dom

And it's in neither, instead it's in one of these -



A BREAD ROLL


Nope, a roll has the ability to roll, hence the name and hence why they are shaped like this:



This is a barm:



This is a muffin:



This is a butty:



A bread cake doesn't exist, a bap is a lady part and a cob is generally covered in corn. That's all I can think of atm, anymore enquiries that you're unsure of I'll be more than happy to clear them up for everyone

[Edited on 19-01-2009 by Mike B]
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quote:
Originally posted by harrisp
quote:
Originally posted by Dom

And it's in neither, instead it's in one of these -



A BREAD ROLL


Thats a cob.


WTF is a "cob" or a "barm", it's not even f'ing English

edit -

barm (bärm)
n.
The yeasty foam that rises to the surface of fermenting malt liquors.

cob (kb)
n.
1. A corncob: corn on the cob.
2. A male swan.
3. A thickset, stocky, short-legged horse.
4. A small lump or mass, as of coal.
5. A mixture of clay and straw used as a building material

[Edited on 19-01-2009 by Dom]
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quote:
Originally posted by ed
Chip butty.

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A bread roll is a piece of bread, usually small and round and is commonly considered a side dish. Bread rolls are often used in the same way as sandwiches are—cut transversely, with fillings placed between the two halves.

There are many names for bread rolls, especially in local dialects of British English. Some of these refer to a specific type of bread roll.

* Breadcake or Teacake, Mainly Yorkshire colloquialism - Refers to the round flat type of bread often used for sandwich making.
* Bread roll or just roll
* French Roll often used as a generic term for the bread roll but also a sweeter softer roll with milk added to the dough.
* Bap (often a larger soft roll, roughly 5-6 inches in diameter). Dough can contain fats such as lard or butter to provide tenderness to dough. Can come in multiple shapes dependent on region. Baps as traditionally made in Scotland are not sweet, unlike the Irish version which may contain currants. The 9th Edition of the Concise Oxford Dictionary (1995) says that the word "bap" dates from the 16th century and that its origin is unknown.
* Barm or barm cake in Lancashire is a flat, floured, savoury, small bread made using a natural leaven including mashed hops to stop it souring. It is also slang for a bun in the North-West of England.
* Flour cake is also used, along with barm in Bolton
* Bun (e.g., hamburger bun or hot dog bun)
* Buttery, flat, savoury roll from Aberdeen
* Finger roll, a soft roll about three times longer than it is wide
* Dinner roll, a smaller roll, often crusty
* Batch, Coventry/Nuneaton term for a roll, or Batch Cake, a large soft floured roll from Shropshire.
* Oven Bottom, Lancashire term for a flat, floury, soft roll.
* Cob, a bread roll of any kind in the West Midlands and East Midlands. The term "Bread Roll" often refers to hot-dog style longer bread rolls.
* Stottie cake thick, flat, round loaf. Stotties are common in North East England
* Muffin Some people in the UK refer to a bread roll as a "muffin" (commonly used in Rochdale, Oldham, Bury, Ashton-Under-Lyne), although a muffin is also a separate, distinct form of bread product. See English Muffin.
* Manchet A luxurious yeast roll popular with the Tudor Court of which there are many variations.


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quote:
Originally posted by RYAN89
Chip Bap


+1

and if the chips are between a slice of bread, THEN its a chip butty.

Chip Muffin?? WTF kinda drugs are you on for christs sake...

Chip Barm I can understand (NOT BarmCAKE)... but Muffin??
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chip batch?

chip butty i call it regardless if its on bread or a batch, or a cob
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it's a chip muffin.....
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so is a barm kind of like a stotty cake?
either way its a chip butty
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if its on bread its a piece and chips
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chip butty or chip cob, but around work (Manchester/Stockport) its Chip Barm or Chip Vienna
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Chip Stottie
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Vienna? i've never heard that in Manc before.
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neither had I until I started working here
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Chip Cob.

Off Wikipedia : Cob, a British regional name for a bread roll.

[Edited on 20-01-2009 by chumbly_warner]

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