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  • Tamlyn Currin
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  • Tamlyn Currin
6 Aug 2018

Newcastle upon Tyne, in the far north east of England, is not known for the finer things in life. You can expect pease pudding (heavily boiled yellow split peas with a knuckle of bacon), stotties (a stodgy flat bread – in Geordie dialect, to stott means 'to bounce'), singin' hinnies (a scone made with lard and currants), saveloy dip (I'm not…