Oct 13

Yorkshire Pudding Day

Despite its name, the Yorkshire pudding is not a dessert. It is an English side dish typically found at Sunday Roast with a dab of gravy. Although its origin is unknown, it was first recorded in 1737 and has continued to be an English staple. No doubt the 1820 English Settlers in Grahamstown would have been well versed in making it. You can try making your own batch of battered delights or perhaps try one of these fancier alternatives.


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