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Pontefract Cakes (Liquorice)
Yorkshire Puddings (How about for breakfast?! - love this recipe from my sister on Bilberry Tart - One of my faves)
|Wensleydale cheese - available here|
One of the many local ales and beers such as Barnsley Gold, Jorvik Blonde
|Yorkshire Tea - available here|
DecorWhite Rose bunting.
Sheffield steel cutlery.
Yorkshire pudding pillow.
Nobody's perfect pillow above.
|Yorkshire Pudding pillow - available here|
DressFlat cap and whippet are essential
GamesTraditional games include Rhubarb thrashing (where you literally stand in dustbins and hit each other with rhubarb!), nipsy, knur and spell. For further info visit this site full of traditional games.
Some slang to try out at your partylaikin' - playing
wang - throw
bairn - child
bray - beat up
chelpin - talking
gi' or - give over
fuddle - a bring and share type party
mardy - sulky
nesh - cold
a Scarborough warning - final warning of bad behaviour.
Finish up your evening relaxing with a nice film..Four lions
The Damned United (One of my favourite films ever featuring one of my favourite actors Michael Sheen. Good lad!)
The Full Monty
|Brassed Off - available here|
Or a book.Any of the Brontë's amazing works.
Dracula by Bram Stoker
Events taking place
If you would like to visit a Yorkshire Day event, there are some suggestions here.Now all you need to do is practice the Yorkshire mantra whilst sipping a brew of Yorkshire tea.
'Ear all, see all, say nowt; Eyt all, sup all, pay nowt; And if ivver tha does owt fer nowt -Allus do it fer thissen.'
For those of you who are not aficionados with the Yorkshire language, this loosely translates as 'Hear all, see all, say nothing; Eat all, drink all, pay nothing; And if ever you do anything for nothing - always do it for yourself.'
Hope you have a fab Yorkshire Day whatever you are up to. Si thee later!