- laver + bread (Wiktionary)
“In one corner, you'll find an enclave of butchers, delicatessen and food stalls, including a cluster selling plump, briny Gower cockles and fresh laverbread.”
“I had a wife to call mine when I feared to lose my fire in the stormiest storm and who soothsayed my successes from laverbread.”
“Or you can admire the awe-inspiring views from the reasonably priced Worm's Head Hotel, where you can sample local specialties like laverbread (seaweed) and cockles.”
“And you though Wales only invented Tom Jones and laverbread eh?”
“Greta's laverbread, oats and cheese burger with spiced oven baked chips”
“Rich in iron and protein and packed with vitamins and minerals. laverbread is traditionally eaten fried with bacon and cockles for breakfast.”
“Another traditional Welsh favourite is laverbread, the cooked puree of Porphyra umbilicalis, a seaweed common on the shores of western Britain.”
“Available direct from the shop, which is just yards from the sea, from Gill's mobile shop or Aberystwyth farmers' market - and now also at Porthmadog Farmers' market - the laverbread is just one of the fabulous fruits of the sea available from Gill's Plaice.”
“The best way to eat these lamb racks are to cut them into cutlets, dip in the laverbread and herb sauce followed by the lemon crumbs.”
“Aberdyfi-based fishmonger Gill's Plaice wowed the True Taste judges with its laverbread, a delight on its own and fantastic as part of a recipe such as today's.”
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