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'Welsh Rabbit' - p.272-273

No explanation is given for this being a Rabbit rather than a Rarebit, a name with which I’m more familiar¬†(Rabbit is the original spelling, … 438 more words


If you haven’t tried our house special Welsh Rarebit yet, you are missing a trick! 499 more words


Sight Seein' - Canterbury Cathedral

It is dangerous for me to buy books like this. The honest fact is that there are a number of these ‘top list’ kinda books that I really want to add to my bucket list. 608 more words

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Castles and Dragons in Wales

My second full day in Wales, my friend and her mom took me to Castell Coch, which means Red Castle in Welsh. As we approached the edifice, I snapped a picture of a daffodil, the symbol of Wales. 504 more words


The last rarebit

I’ve come across some interestingly written recipes for the simple but delicious light meal of Welsh rarebit; the name for cheese on toast was first recorded as being ‘rabbit’ in the early 1700’s… fifty or so years later it had become rarebit, and Welsh rarebit to boot… no-one can quite pin down why, the change… maybe ‘rarebit’ sounded more posh, maybe Welsh was a joke… no-one really knows. 389 more words


Mr Harben's other rarebits...

Who would have thought there were so many recipes for what is basically a cheese dish with toast? Philip harben, known as the TV chef long before any other TV chef, shares a number of recipes and I can just imagine the jolly fellow making a lovely supper for unexpected guests or as a treat for himself when he came home late from some fun time with friends. 176 more words