This tart is one in a series of local foods from wartime or 1950s. Liverpool Tart and Liverpool Judy are very similar and both are still eaten widely in the area.
No-Bake Peanut Butter Pie
No-Bake Peanut Butter Pie | www.motherthyme.com
Given that lemons are our fruit of the week. Why not try a cup of @teapotteas Lemon Tart with a Heart herbal tea with a few fresh slices? Tag who you'd share your cuppa with. #teapotteas #lemon #herbaltea #energizing #liverpoolst
Scouse pie recipe - a thrifty lamb stew with a puff pasty topping for a winter family suppoer
McVitie's Biscuit Log
The White Cake Album, Liverpool (McVitie's Biscuit Log) | Food to gladden the heart at RotiNRice.com
Eat your way around Britain
A foodie experience: Eat your way around Britain. Includes Haggis (Glasgow); soda faris (Northern Ireland); ham hock and pease pudding stottie (Newcastle); sticky toffee pudding (Cumbria); Yorkshire curd tart (York); scouse (Liverpool); plum bread with lincolnshire poacher (Lincoln); wakes cakes (Derbyshire); oatcakes (Staffordshire); Fidger pie (Shropshire); Welsh cakes (Swansea); pie and mash (London); colchester native oysters (Essex); Sussex pond pudding (Ditchling)...