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patrob
Aug 14, 2010 9:33 PM CST
Name: Patricia
Central TX 7b/8a
Neil,
Might your Christmas pudding sometimes be called a plum pudding? I find no plums or prunes in the recipe, but it sounds just like what my husband describes from his graduate school years. A professor's wife made the puddings for Christmas, and the husband stored them in the freezer in the lab. (I noticed your instructions said not to freeze the pudding.) On a regular basis the professor took one out and shared it with his graduate assistants. I imagine he was in serious trouble at Christmas time when the stored puddings were not to be found.
Thank you,
Patricia

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