Bloomer Bread is not really a type of bread as much as it is a shape. It is cylindrical with a flat bottom, and has several diagonal slashes across the top. It's a British "style" of baking bread. The slow rising means the yeast does the work and develops a rich flavor.
This is a Mature Cheddar and Chutney Sandwich, just one of the sandwiches sold under the "Ploughman's Lunch" heading listed on pub menu's in Great Britain.
Bloomer Bread is a chewy, dense bread that is made with very long rising times to develop the flavor of the wheat and the yeast.
A Hotpot is a casserole without a lid. It began in Lancashire when families without an oven took a large oven-proof pot to their baker to have him cook it for them. I found this recipe on the web while searching for recipes for ZWT.
Wiltshire is known for it's pork production. In North America you will see "salisbury steak" on menus in restaurants and diners. It's actually a form of Salisbury Ground Pork Meatloaf but in America it's made with ground beef. I found this recipe while searching for recipes for ZWT.
Christmas Noggin is an old traditional English way of making fruit preserves. It is a more interesting and wholesome form of "preserved fruit". It was usually opened and eaten at Christmas time, because of it's tendency to make everyone "merry". Found in my search for recipes for ZWT.
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