Banoffee Pie; Tuatara ("living fossil")

Lynne Murphy lynnem at COGS.SUSX.AC.UK
Fri Mar 1 10:44:33 UTC 2002

--On Friday, March 1, 2002 12:16 am +0000 Bapopik at AOL.COM wrote:

> BANOFFEE PIE--In the FOOD FOR FLATTERS (2001) cookbook, by the Edmonds
> Baking Company of New Zealand.  The Banoffee web site appears to be
>  It supposed started as "Banoffi" at the
> Hungry Monk in East Sussex, England, in 1971.  It's now at least in two
> continents.  Are there enough hits to enter it in a dictionary?

Banoffee pie is as common here as, say, lemon meringue would be in the


Dr M Lynne Murphy
Lecturer in Linguistics
Acting Director, MA in Applied Linguistics
School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
University of Sussex
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