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Throdkin is a traditional breakfast food of the Fylde, Lancashire, England. It consists of a dough of oatmeal and water pressed into a pie plate, topped with pieces of fat bacon, and baked. It was cut into wedges tart-style for serving.
See also 
- The English Dialect Dictionary, Joseph Wright, 1905
- Black, William. (2005). The Land that Thyme Forgot. Bantam. ISBN 0-593-05362-1. p. 350
- Kirk, Edward (3 January 1876), Manchester Guardian, quoted in Nodal, John Howard & Milner, George (1875) "A Glossary of the Lancashire Dialect", p.262, Manchester: Alexander Ireland & Co.
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