Today is Shrove Tuesday, but where did the name come from and has it always been linked to pancakes? Brian Stormont found out.
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Thirteen former Great British Bake Off contestants warmed up for the London Marathon by tossing pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.
Shrove Tuesday is the precursor to the Christian fasting period Lent, but for most of us it means one beautiful thing – Pancake Day.
Feast your eyes on these fabulous pancakes in celebration of Shrove Tuesday because nothing says glamour like a full stomach.