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    Default Breadcake, Bap, Cop, Stottie Cake or Barm

    What do you call a bread roll?

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    Soft: "bap", Crusty: "cob" is the rule in this bit of the East Midlands. "Cob" is also the generic or default term; for example, the sandwich emporium over the road from me is called "The Cob Shop".

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    Baps, big soft floury ones
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    Tea cake.
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    It's a 'roll'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    Baps, big soft floury ones
    I like baps but not floury ones
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    On construction sites it's either a butty or baguette no other options (rolls are for wimps)
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    Last time I worked in the city there was a stall on the market that did Kebabs the size of a house brick.

    I thought I would never eat all that, but I managed
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