Grasmere Gingerbread / Ingefærkake Fra Grasmere

Two traditional English cake recipes found on Picture Britain

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081_picture_britainThe girl who run Picture Britain Writes:
Grasmere is a small town within the very beautiful English Lake District, in the county of Cumbria. On the north-east coast not far from Grasmere are the ports of Whitehaven and Milnthorpe. From the 16th and 17th centuries both were involved in trade with the Caribbean. In the 18th century Whitehaven was the third largest port in Britain, only London and Bristol were larger. Spices, unrefined sugars and rum were brought to port, and these commodities became ingredients in the food of the region. Gingerbreads are made throughout the north of England, but what makes the gingerbread of Grasmere different is that it resembles a crumbly biscuit rather than a cake (or bread).

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