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RedHeadedGirl’s Historical Kitchen: Sussex Pond Pudding (Original Flavor)

My friend Abigail is going to be disappointed, because this was her suggestion…only she suggested a more recent variation, and I like to start at the beginning. She told me she had a vague memory of a steamed pudding that has a whole lemon in it, so when you cut into it, there’s a falling apart almost marmalade inside. “It’s like…Frog Pond pudding? That’s not right.
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