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|Place of origin||England|
|Region or state||Yorkshire|
|Main ingredient(s)||Fruit, cinnamon or other spices|
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A tea loaf is an English cake, made with fruit and cinnamon (or other spices), and traditionally served sliced and spread with butter. Tea loaf is now somewhat old-fashioned but is still available, and is particularly associated with Yorkshire.
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