My wife’s parents were Irish, mother from Dublin and father from Newry, lived in London, and following regular visits “home” would always return with some genuine white pudding in their suitcase. Their return was looked forward to with great excitement and no sooner had the suitcase been opened, the frying […]
A firm favourite in my family, served warm or cold, my wife’s aka Nanny’s bread pudding is the best.
Steak and kidney pudding, a traditional British dish consisting of diced steak, onion, and kidney—generally from a lamb or pig—cooked in a brown gravy and then encased in a soft suet pastry and steamed for several hours.
Next time you visit the seashore, find some rocks, search out some of our humble whelks and give this recipe a go, you will never look at a whelk the same way again.