A crumpet Listen/ˈkrʌmpᵻt/ is a griddle cake made from flour and yeast. ... This
is the normal kind of crumpet in Scottish bakers' shops, tea rooms, and cafés,
though the .....
Jul 5, 2012 ... FOOD HISTORY: Crumpets and English Muffins ... Pimm's Cup, a popular British
alcoholic beverage, and the History of British Afternoon Tea.
MUCH better than shop bought crumpets, these are easy to make and are a
rewarding and comforting meal for breakfast, tea or supper. Crumpets, pikelets ...
Apr 9, 2010 ... One guest recently asked about the difference between crumpets and ... They're
also both considered to be a breakfast, brunch, or tea food, but ...
A Social History of Tea, Jane Pettigrew [The National Trust:London] 2001 (p. .... of
various kinds--plum, rice and sponge...hot muffins, crumpets, toast, tea-cakes.
Tea is held to have many magical powers, and Crumpet is known to act as a
catalyst to Tea. Tea Time can only occur if both Tea and Crumpet are present; ...
Sep 18, 2009 ... It's these holes that make the crumpet so delightfully decadent: spread a pat of
soft butter on a hot crumpet, and it disappears. .... (usually for tea in Scotland, but
who has time for tea. ...... Thanks for the history lesson Patrick!
Crumpet definition, a round soft unsweetened bread resembling a muffin, cooked
on a griddle or the like, and often toasted. See more. ... Historical Examples.
The English ceremony of Afternoon Tea dates back to the 1840s but rather than
... tea-cakes, crumpets and other bread-like foods are still a very important part of
The Crumpet Tea Room & Restaurants are local traditions in Rogers and
Bentonville. Over 30 years ago The Crumpet Tea Room was opened in