Tag Archives: West Wales

A blank slate

I no longer flinch and go into shutdown when I hear the phrase ‘Ordovician mudstone’ because Andrew Lingham (geologist and recent Tegfan visitor) has taught me a little and encouraged me to read further: http://www.pembrokeshireonline.co.uk/geology2.htm. This is obviously a simplified … Continue reading

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Welsh Ships and Sailing Men

I have bought this delightful book and shall be adding it our collection. What a treat! Just the thought of it sitting expectantly on our shelves, should tempt you down to Tegfan to read it. J Geraint Jenkins, who was … 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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