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These biscuits have long been associated with the village of Aberffraw, Anglesey. They were sold at Aberffraw's annual fair.
The mixture, divided into small balls, was pressed against the base of a scallop shell, known in some areas as Cragen Iago, the Shell of St James.
Here's Rhian Gay demonstrating a modern way of serving these biscuits.

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