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November 21, 2015 / mintcustard

On eating 23 Christmas puddings in one sitting.

If an opportunity arises I’m firmly of the belief that you should take it. Always better to say “yes” and then have to do a little panicking about how something can be achieved, than regretting not being able to participate in an exciting opportunity.

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Which is how I came to be sitting in a very steamy kitchen in Bristol watching a photographer trying to find the best side of a Christmas pudding. By the end of that afternoon, I had tried 23 different puddings, given them scores and tried to understand why on Earth you might want a bright pink gloopy sauce redolent of Calpol with your gold encrusted Christmas pud.

If you haven’t yet bought or made your own pudding you might like to see what we thought of these puddings. Eight of those we tasted were gluten free, so if you have a guest at Christmas who would require one of these puddings we can help there too.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/christmas-pudding-taste-test/

Remember, say yes whenever you can. You might just have an adventure, make a memory and in my case a surfeit of Christmas puddings.

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  1. ros / Nov 21 2015 5:13 pm

    This is why I have to make my own though, nuts do not belong in a proper Christmas pud and nor do cherries! 😉

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