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Dec 03 2015

Regency Traditions Video: Make a Plum Pudding

Regency Christmas Traditons

Though today’s video depicts 18th century methods, little changed about making plum pudding during theRegency Era.

 

 

 

 

18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son: Plum Pudding

 

Read more about plum pudding here.

Read about the Bennet family’s Stir it Up Sunday here

Read more about syllabub and other holiday foods here.

 


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  1. Kristi Van Howling

    I still don’t like plum pudding! Not my favorite!

  2. bn100

    haven’t tried it

  3. Megan

    I’m not quite sure what I think about plum pudding. Although if its covered in Brandy it may be good

  4. Lisa Heiserman

    Thank you for sharing this video.

  5. Sheila L. M.

    I have made a fruit cake which is made about a month ahead of time and then aged while keeping it moist with brandy. Seems similar. But it is not for all palates.

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