cramwyth, cramwythen, chramwyth, chramwythen, gramwyth, gramwythen, nghramwyth, nghramwythen
Noun(1) a thick soft cake with a porous texture; cooked on a griddle
(1) I got changed and toasted a hot crumpet to cure the cold and wet, before heading out in the car for dinner.(2) Staffordshire oatcakes are thicker and round, more like a thin crumpet or modern pikelet, and are fried with bacon for breakfast.(3) he's the thinking woman's crumpet(4) fat chance of our running into any crumpet(5) We started off the morning with tea and crumpets .(6) At home my father tears open a packet of crumpets and toasts them on the Aga.(7) Still singing, I took the crumpets out of the toaster and put them on a plate, spreading a generous amount of butter over them.(8) He smiled, pleasantly, as if they were chatting over tea and crumpets .(9) Chris stocked it with coffee, tea, honey, jam, crumpets , English muffins and butter.(10) There is a vast difference between clover honey (which is good on breads and crumpets and in teas) and, say, buckwheat honey.(11) We shared two hot toasted crumpets and a cherry scone.(12) There were no crumpets to be had, and the hot buttered muffins were tepid and rubbery.(13) On wet days, the children make scones and fudge, and play pirates in the sitting room, which involves roaring fires, and the toasting of sausages and crumpets .(14) Soon enough, there was a pot of steaming coffee and a plate of honey-drenched crumpets standing in front of her.(15) After a few months I might expand to toasting bagels, baps, teacakes and crumpets .(16) They were low on bakery stuff however; I got the last packet of crumpets , though they were a bit squashed but I couldn't find a single loaf of bread.
(1) to crumble :: crymbl
(2) crumble down :: crymbl i lawr
(3) crumble away :: crymbl i ffwrdd
(4) crumble mixture :: cymysgedd crymbl
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