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thomas at edulinux.homeunix.org
Tue Mar 8 19:15:08 MSK 2005
On Tue, Mar 08, 2005 at 08:08:50AM -0800, Mike Orr wrote:
> Thomas Adam wrote:
> >Pah! Whatdaya mean the Yorkshire pudding is overrated? :)
> When you're used to "pudding" as a smooth silky sweet dessert, and
> then you're all excited coz there's pudding on the menu, and then you
> get it and it's this bread thing, it's a real disappointment. That
> happened when I was seven and I've been traumatized ever since.
Hahahahaha. Sorry, I shouldn't laugh. Hehehehehehehe. Ordinarily, a
"pudding" is a sweet-dish, yes. There's also "steak and kidney pudding"
-- the "pudding" part made from suet . But that's savoury. You
should try and look at a Yorkshire pudding in a new light -- cumberland
sausages  in a huge yorkshire pudding with onion gravy, is divine.
Mmmmmmm. It's a typical English dish, for sure.
> Yeah, I still need to take the Thomas Adam south coast tour.
Hehehe, any time, Mike, any time. "Look, there's a rock in the sea,
there's another one." You'd probably like Lulworth Cove and Durdle
Door... (google for them, and you'll see. From a geological aspect
they're world famous, and as small as the two places are, they attract
*a lot* of people each year om holidays. I should know, I used to work
right on the coast of Lulworth... :))
-- Thomas Adam
 For those of you who don't know, suet is just rolls of beef fat,
essentially that cook out to form some delicious dishes -- often it goes
to make dumplings (with stew), or jam rolly-polly, yay! (That's a sweet
dish), a pudding, if you will... :)
 Cumberland used to be a county bordering the Scottish border, along
with Northumberlandshire. The two merged to form "Cumbria" as we know
"One of us is a cigar stand, and one of us is a lovely blue incandescent
guillotine" -- Stephen Malkmus, "Type Slowly" from "Brighten The Corners"
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