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Penny Dreadful: From True Crime to FictionThe Madding Crowd: 18th Century LondonBloodletting: Barber Surgeons and Early MedicineThe Play's the Thing: From Melodrama to Musical

Recipes
Black Pudding or Blood Sausage
Bubble and Squeak
Chatwetty's Traditional Meat Pie
Cock-A-Leekie Stew
Haggis
Howtowdie
Love in Disguise
Poor Knights
Spotted Dick
Steak and Kidney Pie
Syllabub
Toad-in-the-Hole
Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in Concert
Spotted Dick
Speculation is that this pudding's name came from its resemblance to a spotty dog, and dogs were often called "Dick" in Old England.
Serves 6.
1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup suet
Pinch of salt
6 tablespoons currants, sultanas, or raisins
Milk
1. Mix all the ingredients together and moisten with a little milk to make a stiff dough.
2. Tie tightly in a floured cloth, drop into boiling water and boil briskly for 2 hours.
3. Serve with sugar or hard sauce.

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