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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
Syllabub
Syllabubs fall into three categories: Everlasting, Whipt and From the Cow. The first is essentially a flavored cream pudding; the second is similar, but floated in a glass of sweetened wine. The last is the result of the curdling that occurs when warm milk is squirted directly from a cow into a bowl of cider.
Serves 4 to 6.
1 large lemon
1 cup sugar
1 cup sherry
1 cup double cream
1. Grate the rind from your lemon, leaving all the white pith on the fruit.
2. Squeeze and strain juice into a bowl, then add lemon rind and stir in the sugar, sherry and cream.
3. Whisk, slowly to begin with, until thick.
4. Pour into a serving dish or into individual dishes and chill for a minimum of 2 hours.
Serve with finger biscuits.

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