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Sally lunn

sally lunn

A tea cake slighty sweetened, and raised with yeast, baked in the form of biscuits or in a thin loaf, and eaten hot with butter.

Origin: From a woman, Sally Lunn, who is said to have first made the cakes, and sold them in the streets of Bath, Eng.


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