"The cakes of England" are many and varied. The named ones are not quite so evenly distributed.
I left out lots of savoury things (Dorset Knob, Bedfordshire Clanger) and sweets (Pontefract Cakes and Kendal Mint Cake. Saint George (credit to Uccello's Saint George And The Dragon) is interested only in sweet cakes, buns and biscuits.
If there's one thing that makes me get a piece of work done it's St George's Day. Last year's is here. I made plans and demonstrations for this one some weeks ago, and wanted to get it all printed this week. Yesterday morning I found that the date had crept up on me. Over breakfast time, and feverishly, I cut most of the cake shapes. Over lunchtime (the lunch break from jury service) I inked them up and got some prints. The text came together in time for supper.
As I write this, I've just been asked if I know any St George's Day songs - specifically ones that are suitable to teach to a class of six-year-olds. Do you know any?
More importantly, have you ever seen a Kentish huffkin?
Happy Saint George's Day!