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November 2004


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Dear Friend:

You enjoyed it last year and you enjoyed it the year before and here it is again, the Ultimate Plum Pudding.

For our new customers here is your chance to taste these virtually hand made puddings, made by a very small craft manufacturer in Cumbria.  The Ultimate Plum Pudding is endorsed by the BBC Food and Chef magazines as well as recently receiving the GreatTaste Award.

All the vine fruits are soaked in plenty of brandy and dry sherry.  Fresh breadcrumbs and freshly grated carrot help give the pudding a distinctly northern style being lighter, less bitter, and having a wider variety of luxury ingredients than many other puddings.  Most people have no idea that Christmas pudding can be this good.

A 1lb pudding (serves 4) costs £5.00 and a 2lb pudding (serves 8) costs £8.50.

Itís a great pudding.  Makes excellent Christmas gifts for family and friends.  Order from us simply by filling in the order form below and sending it back now.  Last date for orders is 3rd December and the puddings can be collected from:- June Wreford, Church Cottage, Whatcote. Telephone 01295 680294.

Ingredients: vine fruits (raisins, sultanas, currants), fresh breadcrumbs, free range eggs, dark sugar, grated carrot, apple, flour, mixed peel, chopped dates, whole cherries, stem ginger, brandy, sherry, vegetable suet, all vegetable margarine, flaked almonds, nibbed walnuts, apricots, golden syrup, spices, salt. (Please note puddings contain nuts).

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Last modified: November 09, 2004