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Warm plum pudding and an over generous serving of warm or cool Byrd's Eye custard. Memories of my British mother and every lively Christmas in her kitchen.

"You won't find any plums in plum (aka figgy) pudding, but this dense steamed cake does contain currants, raisins, nuts, and sometimes even beef suet. In England, where the dish originated as early as the 14th century, each member of the household takes a turn stirring the pudding while making a wish. And small silver charms baked into the pudding -- such as a coin for wealth or an anchor for safe harbor -- are symbols of good wishes." Christmas and Hanukkah Traditions and Their Origins

Christmas and Hanukkah Traditions and Their Origins

Bring new meaning to your Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations by learning about the origins and symbolism behind these familiar holiday traditions.

Great British food: seven fabulous recipes

Great British food: seven fabulous recipes

Excellent blog of British foods, this is a ham, tomato, Wensleydale and ploughman's pickle sandwich.

The Cricket Club Sandwich

Anyone for Cricket? The Cricket Club Sandwich for British Sandwich Week - Lavender and Lovage

Sausages & Mash  adapted from Canteen: Great British Food, Idea for the #DoctorWho 50th anniversary party, but perhaps attempt cauliflower "mash" instead of potatoes to make it #paleo

Sausages & Mash adapted from Canteen: Great British Food, Idea for the anniversary party, but perhaps attempt cauliflower "mash" instead of potatoes to make it

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and culture: Cardamom and yoghurt spelt cake and the number 13

Cardamom and yoghurt spelt cake and the number 13 - Miss Foodwise

Chocolate and orange is a tried and tested combo, and one that's often enjoyed at Christmas. Try this chocolate orange Christmas pudding with orange slices.

Chocolate orange Christmas pudding

This chocolate orange Christmas pudding is a deliciously indulgent alternative to a traditional Christmas pudding. Why not impress your guests by pouring over some Cointreau and light it just before serving? A real showstopping dessert.

more apples for my cider house. Realityrogue.tumblr.com. Sherrie Mitchell

Celebrating British food history: Food for Fawkes - a bonfire parkin with toffee apples

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