Definitions

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  • n. A traditional Welsh delicacy of boiled laver.

Etymologies

laver +‎ bread (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In one corner, you'll find an enclave of butchers, delicatessen and food stalls, including a cluster selling plump, briny Gower cockles and fresh laverbread.

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  • I had a wife to call mine when I feared to lose my fire in the stormiest storm and who soothsayed my successes from laverbread.

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  • Or you can admire the awe-inspiring views from the reasonably priced Worm's Head Hotel, where you can sample local specialties like laverbread (seaweed) and cockles.

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  • And you though Wales only invented Tom Jones and laverbread eh?

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  • Greta's laverbread, oats and cheese burger with spiced oven baked chips

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  • Rich in iron and protein and packed with vitamins and minerals. laverbread is traditionally eaten fried with bacon and cockles for breakfast.

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  • Another traditional Welsh favourite is laverbread, the cooked puree of Porphyra umbilicalis, a seaweed common on the shores of western Britain.

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  • Available direct from the shop, which is just yards from the sea, from Gill's mobile shop or Aberystwyth farmers' market - and now also at Porthmadog Farmers' market - the laverbread is just one of the fabulous fruits of the sea available from Gill's Plaice.

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  • The best way to eat these lamb racks are to cut them into cutlets, dip in the laverbread and herb sauce followed by the lemon crumbs.

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  • Aberdyfi-based fishmonger Gill's Plaice wowed the True Taste judges with its laverbread, a delight on its own and fantastic as part of a recipe such as today's.

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