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08 Aug 2013

Poor Grammar Isn’t a Recent Invention

In the course of my cake researches, I’ve been dipping into Dorothy Hartley’s Food in England, published in 1954. She’s highly regarded in her field and I’m sure the information in the book is excellent. But under the heading ‘Bakewell Pudding’ she wrote:

This is named after a small town in Derbyshire; they are sometimes called Bakewell tarts.

What was she thinking of? And where was her editor?

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