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barm

1. the yeasty froth on fermenting malt liquors
2. an archaic or dialect word for yeast
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Allowing the covered barm to rise overnight in a warm place presented a problem in unheated homes during the colder months, as Lucy Newman recalled: "I remember my mother always worrying about her bread" (ibid.
Prisoners can then choose from five different "lunch packs", including a barm, baguette, wrap, sandwich or salad box, accompanied with a roll and fruit or crisps and a biscuit.
In Barnsley it's a breadcake, my Hudders-eld-born colleagues tell me I'm wrong and it's teacake while up and down the country it's called everything from a cob to a roll to a barm.
The locals probably enjoy their barm cakes and lard, but it's about time they had restaurants that civilised people might want to frequent.
A teenage boy was able to rescue one of the girls, before Tonibeth, 15, from Barm ston, went into to try and help Chloe.
A BRAVE gran tried to fight off a knife-wielding robber with a tray of barm cakes.
Well timed for mid-winter viewing is Mistletoe Barn at Woodlands Barm in Bearley near Stratfordupon-Avon, a relatively recent farmyard conversion, available through the new office of FPDSavills in Solihull.
They're a bit small, but slapped in a barm cake with some red sauce, they're the perfect bachelor meal.
His angry grandmother Sheila, 68, raged: "They gave him a brown barm cake and glass of water.
D Best, discharge of conditions 7 (risk assessment) on previous permission for change of use of redundant farm building to single holiday/bed and breakfast let, building of garage and building of conservatory and porch to existing house, Latham Barm, Gatehead Lane, Hepworth.
DIALLING CODES: stottie; brioche; pitta bread; crumpet; barm cake; muffin; baguette; poppadom; ciabatta; scone; pikelet; damper.
What barm pots woke up one morning and thought this one up?