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Served at 3pm ish
It's a good word.
Not sure I'd want you on a pub quiz team!
that's worth at least 20 romilly quiz points.
with chocolate on top. you can vary the base / topping - she does a nice tiffin using dairy milk and Crunchie.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiffin is tiffin
I think you're confusing 'tiffin' with 'cheesecake'
it's definitely not cheesecake
but with a posh name.
tiffin: n (Cookery) (in India) a light meal, esp one taken at midday
[probably from obsolete tiffing, from tiff to sip]
eating a meal at about 4pm after school, then dinner at 8ish.
Your 8pm meal is supper, surely.
sandwich and apple while watching Citv = great childhood.
I'd sometimes have a cracker after school.
Surely that's what it is. Or is that just me?
Lunch was introduced as a ladies' meal in the 18th century. Definitions and menus evolved through time. The Industrial Revolution played a key role in establishing this meal as our modern noontime repast.
"At the beginning of the sixteenth century in England, dinner, the main meal of the day, used to bein at 11:00 a.m. Meals tended over time to be eaten later and later in the day: by the eighteenth century, dinner was eaten at about 3:00 p.m. French dejeuner, like "breakfast." once meant the first food eaten after waking from a long spent foodless...dejeuner is now used for "lunch,"... In English, lunch or luncheon (originally also called "nunch" or nuncheon") was in the first place a snack between meals.
Wake the fuck up Northerners and working class types.