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January 05, 2009


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What a lovely term. My father used to make his own (slightly strange) version of a Christmas Pudding. We had it every Christmas but about 10 years ago he stopped making it. I'm not sure why.

I think I'll give him a poke ready for next year now I've read this.

Thanks for the pic. It took me back 10 years to my Auntie Betty's house at Christmas; with her Teisen Lap and doilies and very very thin bread and butter.

It is strange how evocative food can be isn't it?

It is strange how evocative food can be isn't it?

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