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fart Apr 17th, 2002 03:03 PM

Favortite Pudding?
 
I like chocolate.

chill cat Apr 17th, 2002 03:30 PM

tapioca.....doooog

Patrick Apr 17th, 2002 03:32 PM

No contest -- sticky toffee!!!!!!!

Book Chick Apr 17th, 2002 03:40 PM

Figgy

Dallas Apr 17th, 2002 04:13 PM

Come on, Book Chick, have you ever actually had figgy pudding? If so, where? I love figs; would love to try figgy pudding. My favorite is bread pudding.

scarlett Apr 17th, 2002 04:16 PM

My mama used to make banana~

Raina Apr 17th, 2002 05:15 PM

Pudding also includes sausages...white pudding, black pudding big in Ireland. nasty blood filled things.

John G Apr 17th, 2002 05:40 PM

I adore suet pudding and Yorkshire pudding with very rare roast beef and horseradish.

Vita Apr 17th, 2002 07:18 PM

vanilla

flan Apr 17th, 2002 08:48 PM

Creme caramel...hands down. But..oh..the calories!

Audrey Apr 17th, 2002 09:25 PM

Does creme brulee count? I could live on that!

sylvia Apr 18th, 2002 01:06 AM

If you go to Helen's British Cooking site http://www.hwatson.force9.co.uk/cookbook/cookbook.htm<BR>mand click on desserts, you'll see loads of lovely fattening puds.<BR>She has a winter fruits brulee but doesn't have the classic creme brulee. In spite of its French name this is an English dish invented in either an Oxford or Cambridge college.

Butch Apr 18th, 2002 03:46 AM

Bread and butter pudding. Yum, yum.

demi Apr 18th, 2002 03:53 AM

Dallas,<BR>I'm sure Bookchick probably has had Figgy pudding , It's a tradtional christmas pudding in UK. want a recipe to make it yourself, that's what I do.<BR><BR>http://www.cooksrecipes.com/dessert/figgy-pudding-with-custard-sauce-recipe.html<BR><BR>My favorite is sticky toffee, by the way.

Dallas Apr 18th, 2002 06:35 AM

Thanks, demi. That sounds delisous! I'm going to try it as soon as I can get some figs. They're not in our stores right now.

Book Chick Apr 18th, 2002 06:38 AM

Dallas,<BR>Experiences with it have included my childhood Christmases in Canada at the home of relatives, around Twelfth Night in London at the home of a classmate in 1987, and assorted winter visits either to Canada or the UK over the course of my lifetime. Twelfth Night in London stands out in my memory because I thought the desserts would never end!<BR><BR>Good Travels & Good Appetite,<BR>BC<BR><BR>P.S. Thanks, Demi. I have personally never attempted to make it!

Tracy Apr 18th, 2002 07:05 AM

Hey, check out<BR><BR>http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/foodinfocus/news_stgeorgeday.shtml<BR><BR>for puddings, desserts & aft tea recipes near bottom of the page!<BR>HTH

S Apr 18th, 2002 11:35 AM

Harrods Christmas Pudding - The best

lisa Apr 18th, 2002 01:41 PM

Banana pudding like they make it down south (where it counts as a vegetable on many a restaurant "vegetable plate" -- gotta love that!), with Vanilla Wafers and whipped cream on top. Mmmm-mmm.<BR><BR>And rice pudding sometimes too.<BR><BR>But where do Fodorites stand on the key question of pudding skin? My least favorite part of the pudding, but I've heard others claim it's their favorite.

Dallas Apr 18th, 2002 04:56 PM

Lisa, I love pudding skin! If I don't watch myself, I'll eat half the pudding while it cools by skimming off the skin. Hmmmmmmmm


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