I am sick of half-hearted desserts. Bring me a proper pudding.
January 25, 2018 6:00 AM Subscribe
Guardian: "Part of the honourable tradition of British dishes with names to pique the interest more than the appetite (see also toad in the hole, spotted dick and cock-a-leekie), the Sussex pond pudding is sometimes claimed to be named for the dew ponds that pepper the South Downs..." Wikipedia: "Made of a suet pastry which encases a whole lemon, with butter and sugar, it is boiled or steamed for several hours." Recipes from the BBC, Independent, Baking Mad, Essex Eating and the Good Food Channel. Post title from an article in which the Sussex Pond Pudding is mentioned in several comments, a "This article was amended..." correction of heinous proportion, the Great British Bake Off pudding week, and selling Sticky Toffee Pudding to Americans (more).
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