- Manchester Tarts

English street food is often overlooked...

but my trip to Bury Market unearthed a treasure trove of traditional Lancashire recipes - a blast from the past and a delight for the sweet toothed.

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I used to make jam tarts with my granny

I used to make jam tarts with my granny

Aye up its Eccles cakes!

Aye up its Eccles cakes!

By gum I love Parkin! Does anyone want my grannies recipe?

By gum I love Parkin! Does anyone want my grannies recipe?

And who could forget coltsfoot rock -

And who could forget coltsfoot rock -

Yes its all still at Bury Market and served with a smile...

Yes its all still at Bury Market and served with a smile...

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Comments (13)

  • Where is this? I’m going to England soon and would love some recommendations of where to go and what to eat. :)

      10 months ago
    • Bury near Manchester. There is a direct train from Manchester train station to here that takes about 15 minutes or a lot of bus companies run day trips here from further afield. There were also great old savoury dishes - my favourite is pie and...

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        10 months ago
  • It's like a tuckshop for grown ups.

    I'd like to see that in Australia .

      10 months ago
  • I want to go to Bury market.

      10 months ago
  • Not had an eccles cake in years used to love em!

      10 months ago
  • I live not far from Manchester City Centre. Bury isn’t too far away from me.

      10 months ago
    • Thats great what I didn't mention was the amazing fish hall - great if you like fish and it was the cheapest I've ever seen! £1.50 for an oyster - wow

        10 months ago
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