A Pudding Book

Ludlow Cookbooks, Excellent Press, Ludlow, 2006

‘Great Britain is renowned for its puddings in all their glory and various. Each county has its own specialities. This little book aims to give a small selection of varied, interesting or favourite sweet puddings from an historical or modern point of view.’

Many are interesting because they have been named after a person, including royalty, or after a place where the pudding was first invented or evolved. Great Britain is renowned for its puddings in all their glory and variation. With each county having its own specialties, it is hard to define the term pudding as it can come to mean many things. From boiled and steamed to baked, bread, milk, fruit and batter puddings, you’ll find a wide range of desserts to suit any occasion or taste – rhubarb crumble, bakewell pudding, sticky toffee pudding, Hilda’s bread and butter pudding, pear condé and many more.
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