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Today I had beef and vegetable stew for lunch.

There were some of the vegetables and gravy left over so I liquidised them added a bunch of watercress and had vegetable and watercress soup with French bread for supper. Yummy.

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Last night I made dinner for 3.
Dead fish, Salmon, Marinated, and I wooped out the steamer, and put in fresh Cauliflower, Broccoli and another green thing(Don't know what it was)

IT WAS GREAT! I love steamed veggies.

My Communist Grandaughter even liked it.

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Does anyone know of a recipe for bread pudding? I like it but have never made it before and I would like to try it for Christmas dinner. Thx.


Yes, My mum used to make it.

This recipe is from Mrs Beeton, slightly modified by my wife.

Ilb stale bread
4 oz brown sugar
10 oz mixed dried fruit (including orange peel)
1 teaspoon mixed spice
4 oz margarine (Mrs B uses suet, but my wife is vegetarian.)
2 eggs.
A little milk.

We use wholemeal bread. Break bread into small pieces and soak in cold water for at least ½ hour, then strain and sqqueeze as dry as possible. Put into a basin and beat out the lumps with a fork.

Add the dried fruit, sugar and fat, peel and mixed spice and mix well. Add the egg and enough milk to enable the mixture to drop easily from a spoon. Put into a greased tin and bake in a warm oven, 335F Gas 3, for about 1 hour. When done, turn out onto a hot dish. Dredge with sugar and serve with custard. (I have never had it with custard, just a cup of tea.)

If you cannot get mixed dried fruit, use 8 oz of raisins or sultanas, or a mixture of the two, and 2 oz of dried citrus peel. Edited by Invicta

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Yes, My mum used to make it.

This recipe is from Mrs Beeton, slightly modified by my wife.

Ilb stale bread
4 oz brown sugar
10 oz mixed dried fruit (including orange peel)
1 teaspoon mixed spice
4 oz margarine (Mrs B uses suet, but my wife is vegetarian.)
2 eggs.
A little milk.

We use wholemeal bread. Break bread into small pieces and soak in cold water for at least ½ hour, then strain and sqqueeze as dry as possible. Put into a basin and beat out the lumps with a fork.

Add the dried fruit, sugar and fat, peel and mixed spice and mix well. Add the egg and enough milk to enable the mixture to drop easily from a spoon. Put into a greased tin and bake in a warm oven, 335F Gas 3, for about 1 hour. When done, turn out onto a hot dish. Dredge with sugar and serve with custard. (I have never had it with custard, just a cup of tea.)

If you cannot get mixed dried fruit, use 8 oz of raisins or sultanas, or a mixture of the two, and 2 oz of dried citrus peel.


Thx -- this sounds delicious. Will try it and report back. :)

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Thx -- this sounds delicious. Will try it and report back. :)


I bought some in a local bakery, but it was tasteless, not enough fruit or spices.

I have seen it sold in a market in Calais, France where they called it "pouding".

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I bought some in a local bakery, but it was tasteless, not enough fruit or spices.

I have seen it sold in a market in Calais, France where they called it "pouding".



Hahaha! I tried it first at a restaurant -- it had plenty of spice (yummy) and it was also rich. When I go to France one of these days, I'll be sure to pick some up. :)

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Hahaha! I tried it first at a restaurant -- it had plenty of spice (yummy) and it was also rich. When I go to France one of these days, I'll be sure to pick some up. :)


It is not a thing that is usually seen in France. I have only seen it in Calais, but as my wife says, "Calais thinks it still belongs to England"

We also have bread and butter pudding which is completely different.

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My wife is not well or eating well so I did vegetable soup for lunch. For supper I did her creamy leek and mushroom topped with cheesy garlic saffron mashed potato, and I had ham, tomato and red onion omelette with watercress salad.

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