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  • n. A round flat loaf of bread, traditionally pan-fried rather than oven-baked.


From stot, stott ("to bounce"). (Wiktionary)


  • here in the uk a stottie is a big old hunk of bread used for a sandwich that could break your foot if dropped.

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  • It is a tale of heroism and human frailty, passion and the problems of eating an egg mayonnaise stottie without staining your trousers.


  • The Sun recently revealed her mum JOAN CALLAGHAN had been trying the same tactic with Newcastle faves stottie cakes and pease pudding.

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  • Joan, 50, immediately took her stottie cakes - doughy flat bread - with pease pudding.

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  • According to The Sun, the 27-year-old begged Joan to bring her food that she ate while growing up in Newcastle, including stottie cakes and pease pudding.

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  • Gibson's loyalty in keeping faith with Gareth Southgate, at a time when his admirable but battle-fatigued young manager has presided over one Premier League win in 19 attempts, is routinely questioned in those pre-match Teesside male entertainment bastions which typically invite patrons to limber up for kick-off with "a pint and a stottie while watching the topless totty".

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  • And it's no stottie, ham or pease pudding for you tonight m'boy ".



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  • Stottie or stottie cake is a bread from the north-west of England.

    November 27, 2007