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Bethan’s cawl

Cawl (broth) has been part of the staple diet of Wales for centuries and this recipe* has pedigree. It’s the real thing, handed from mother to daughter 70 years ago and cooked in West Wales for generations. And like all … Continue reading

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Welsh Cakes on a planc (or How many Joneses can you fit into one publishing house?)

Bobby Freeman, the author of this little book* and many others, has run a restaurant in Fishguard and knows all about the cooking of West Wales. Here is her recipe for Welsh Cakes (Pice ar y maen) which need to … Continue reading

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