Toad in the hole is a traditional British dish consisting of sausages in Yorkshire
pudding batter, usually served with vegetables and onion gravy. The origin of the
Jul 24, 2013 ... For the third installment of our food history column, it's time to delve into the
murky past of toad in the hole.
Oct 11, 2012 ... Toad-in-a-hole. Ostensibly it's been around for centuries; by the mid-19<sup>th</sup> century,
cookery books were already calling it "an excellent old ...
Oct 21, 2006 ... It is called "toad in the hole" because it looks like a toad sticking its little ... on this
issue, but there isn't agreement about the origin of the name.
May 2, 2011 ... The frog of Nybro was treasured in the natural history collection of Count ... In the
first half of the 19th century the "toad in the hole" became very ...
Several traditional recipes have similar fancy names, even the "banger" sausage
this dish is ... It is all speculation though, as there is no known official and
approved origin for the name. Several traditional recipes have similar fancy
6 days ago ... “Toad in the hole,” a weird name for a dish, isn't it? Usually in America it refers to
an egg cooked in the hole cut out of a piece of bread. But in ...
Feb 6, 2013 ... "A homely and savoury dish" according to Mrs Beeton, toad in the hole was
originally made with any old meat that came to hand – the original ...
Jan 8, 2016 ... There is no definite origin to the name Toad in the Hole but originally as the dish
used sausage meat the finished dish probably resembled ...
Feb 19, 2016 ... A dish of more humble origins, a fried-egg-in-toast was cooked across ... An early
recipe for the British toad-in-a-hole is found in Hannah ...