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Given in the 1828 'Dialect of Craven' as; "PANDEWAFF Water and oatmeal boiled together sometimes mixed with fat and baked in a pan."

Known from several dialect glossaries of the 19th Century (Wright 1857, Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English, etc) as particularly associated with the East Riding of Yorkshire.

For similar dishes, see Brewis

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