Sunday, 26 January 2014

Tunnock Talk

Ragged Rambler's are very partial to Tunnock's Teacakes. In between our exhausting antiquarian explorations and investigations we can often be found discussing different aspects of these delightful chocolate-clad clouds of soft, moist mallow. Thus, as we sat eating a delightful packed lunch in the porch of a church in North Suffolk the other day, we got to yarning about the Teacake. Play the following recording in order to get a flavour (do you see what we did there!) of the conversation...

1 comment:

  1. Father Arthur Hartherather26 January 2014 at 20:53

    Oh Tunnock cake oh Tunnock cake
    Leavest me not in thy wake
    Your crisp brown shell
    Formed so well
    With fluffy mallow
    I should wish to wallow

    Biscuit base and ripe red jam
    Makes a journey go to plan
    Ragged ramblers pine for your taste
    Twisting the foil, avoiding the waste
    Tunnock cake Tunnock cake
    How I love thee
    Your plump little shape that sort of gets squashed if you sit on it.