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  • #31
    Originally posted by Bren In Pots View Post
    I've never had Bread and butter pudding or that other one summer pudding, it just seems wrong to me bread should be for sandwiches.
    I love how we all like different things.
    Mrg G isn't keen on B&B pudding but will eat it but like you will not try Summer pudding at all...
    ntg
    Never be afraid to try something new.
    Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark.
    A large group of professionals built the Titanic
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    • #32
      I use brioche instead of bread for my summer pudding Yum!
      "Nicos, Queen of Gooooogle" and... GYO's own Miss Marple

      Location....Normandy France

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Nicos View Post
        I use brioche instead of bread for my summer pudding Yum!
        Brioche tastes more like cake than bread so I could see that working not that I'm going to try it.
        Location....East Midlands.

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        • #34
          How about panettone for b&b pud? I've never done it, but I have seen recipes that suggest it for Christmas leftover panettone. Not that there ever is in this household...
          Location: north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep. Last frost: usually mid-April, sometimes first week in May. First frost: mid-October.

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          • #35
            My husband adores bread and butter pudding made with buttered pannetone and marmalade. One year the 99p shop was selling large pannetonnes off in February, still in date for a month, and he was greedy. Quelle surprise!
            I made one once, not a success .... more like a brick.

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            • #36
              Personally i'm a steamed sponge pud kinda guy
              "Bulb: potential flower buried in Autumn, never to be seen again."
              - Henry Beard

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              • #37
                I love a good old rhubarb crumble with cream…yum!

                I see the Pudding Club have a St. Nick recipe, any connection Nick?
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Jay22 View Post
                  I love a good old rhubarb crumble with cream…yum!

                  I see the Pudding Club have a St. Nick recipe, any connection Nick?
                  I have been called a pudding one more than one occasion and fruity describes me pretty well ... not so much light though
                  Last edited by nick the grief; 28-10-2021, 10:48 AM.
                  ntg
                  Never be afraid to try something new.
                  Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark.
                  A large group of professionals built the Titanic
                  ==================================================

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                  • #39
                    Not a fan of puddings usually but chocolate pud or cake if out or lemon cheesecake.
                    Have fond memories of rhubarb pie with carnation milk as a youngster
                    Northern England.

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                    • #40
                      Oooo…now you’ve got me remembering!
                      When I was at junior school one of our neighbours used to make Birds custard with carnation milk and it was lovely.
                      She used to stir in slices of banana and left it to set. I really , really enjoyed going over to play and being given a bowl of it. Mmmm!
                      "Nicos, Queen of Gooooogle" and... GYO's own Miss Marple

                      Location....Normandy France

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Bren In Pots View Post
                        Sometimes when we want a quick pudding I cheat and make a microwave one, 2 oz of flour, butter, sugar and eggs. Beat together mix in fruit or a dollop of jam in the bottom then cook in a pudding basin for 3 mins.
                        Perfect
                        Made a quick damson sponge pudding with custard this evening, very tasty
                        Location....East Midlands.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Nicos View Post
                          Oooo…now you’ve got me remembering!
                          When I was at junior school one of our neighbours used to make Birds custard with carnation milk and it was lovely.
                          She used to stir in slices of banana and left it to set. I really , really enjoyed going over to play and being given a bowl of it. Mmmm!
                          Bananas and custard ... nom nom nom
                          ntg
                          Never be afraid to try something new.
                          Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark.
                          A large group of professionals built the Titanic
                          ==================================================

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                          • #43
                            My husband used to love Mallorcan "puddin". It's a bit like a stodgier version of creme caramel, with bread or cake crumbs added to the egg mix.

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                            • #44
                              Has your book arrived yet, Nicos? I'm getting a bit impatient...
                              Location: north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep. Last frost: usually mid-April, sometimes first week in May. First frost: mid-October.

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                              • #45
                                Tonight we had stewed prunes and custard. Not had that for years and I had forgotten how good prunes taste, deeply plummy.
                                Location - Leicestershire - Chisit-land
                                Endless wonder.

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