- From scrump + -y (Wiktionary)
“Cider comes in all sorts of varieties from the mass produced to the local farm "scrumpy".”
“I can't wait for Obama to debate scrumpy old Mcbush.”
“Of course the Captain, vice Captain and secretary could have their raspberries or is that blackberries and keep tabs on who be playing while they imbibe some scrumpy or should that be shandies.”
“Time to make some Edwardian scrumpy on an industrial scale!”
“An evening at the Magpie and Crown in Brentford was certainly lively, intellectually stimulating and at times hysterically funny; and I think their cask-conditioned scrumpy is probably at least twice the advertised strength...”
“We awlso haz scrumpy dat is still cider juss 2 comfuzzle an iffn u drink 2 mutch u get berry comfuzzled!”
“The scrumpy middle-aged ones who've begun to sag have nice houses with a couple of tasteful pictures on the mantlepiece and a fresh rug, showing off a house that looks as lived in as the bodies they're revealing.”
“This time, when he looked at me, I returned a steady gaze, my heart swelling with new, scrumpy courage.”
“If anyone dared to call up the maker of the best scrumpy in the county, she didn't doubt there'd be an uprising ....”
“Only half a glass and she had not finished that, but she learned afterwards that it had been scrumpy, brought back from the south of England by one of the others, with heaven alone knew what added to it.”
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Interesting words related to food, ingredients, dishes, cookery, cuisines and so on. Exotic in this case is entirely subjective, with funkelberries on top.
Cribbed from Wurzelmania: 'This page contains a dictionary of West Country words and phrases used by Adge Cutler and The Wurzels in their songs, patter, etc., translated into (more or less) English...
fermented foods from all cultures
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