New PDF release: A Yorkshire Miscellany
By Tom Holman
What is a Yorkshire fats Rascal? Why has a track approximately hats and moors turn into the Yorkshire Anthem? the place are you able to locate Booze, Crackpot and the Land of Nod? How did the white rose develop into Yorkshire's brand? Which 3 leading Ministers have been born in Yorkshire? who're Yorkshire's actual Calendar ladies? whilst is Yorkshire Day?
The solutions are all in A Yorkshire Miscellany-an unique consultant to this much-loved a part of England and a party of its humans, locations, historical past and quirks. examine the lingo of Yorkshire dialect and the way to prepare dinner specialities like Yorkshire Pudding, Parkin and Curd Tart. become aware of the secrets and techniques of establishing a dry stone wall and discover the Yorkshire destinations of recognized motion pictures and television indicates. comprehend the historical past of well-known Yorkshire icons just like the flat cap and the Yorkshire terrier, and browse concerning the lives of the best ever Yorkshiremen and women.
A Yorkshire Miscellany is full of fascinating proof and figures- a desirable treasure trove to delight...
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His discovery of a way of producing a metal that didn’t rust gave new impetus to the city’s steel industry. George Cayley (1773–1857) from near Scarborough invented, among a host of other things, a series of glider-type aircraft through the early 19th century - decades before the Wright brothers were credited with the first manned flight. Thomas Crapper (1836–1918), a plumber born in Thorne in south Yorkshire, was not the sole inventor of the flushing toilet, but he did most to advance and improve it.
Many Yorkshire towns have links with places of similar size in France or Germany, but others have been a bit more ambitious in their twinning, seeking out partners as far north as Alaska and as far south as the Falkland Islands. In keeping with its industrial heritage, many of the newer twinning arrangements have been with the new manufacturing powerhouses of China and eastern Europe. This is not an exhaustive list, and towns may have more twinning arrangements than are listed, but these are some of Yorkshire’s more interesting twins or partners.
It was not necessarily created in Yorkshire, though the name has firmly stuck - perhaps because the county’s cooks perfected a crisp, light and puffy version of it, but more likely because they have fiercely protected Yorkshire’s reputation as its home. It was being referred to as Yorkshire pudding in cookery books as far back as 1747, though a similar recipe appeared as Dripping Pudding in a book with the not very forward-thinking title The Whole Duty of a Woman ten years earlier, and it had almost certainly been used long before that.
A Yorkshire Miscellany by Tom Holman