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You cannot talk for the whole of the UK...
english trifle and the Scots version tipsy laird need more than sponge cake and jelly. Sounds like a boring pud to me!
I boil water in an electric kettle
Ah, but Yorkshire puds originated in Yorks, therefore 'our' version is the correct one!
surely that's just a toad in the hole? And, at least in the UK, many pubs serve a large Yorkie filled with slices of roast beef or lamb or beef, with veg and gravy.
Hmmmmmmm Nothing on the link but the name, Kuan.
Want to be less aggressive?
Our climate is less kind...
the Scots Kitchen by F. Marian MacNeill. This isn't fine dining, but well written and researched, if a little old-fashioned. I have my Granny's first edition, which is well-thumbed, so my husband bought me a recent edition, so I have been able to retire Granny's.
An Edinburgh landmark, just a few doors down from the Castle. http://www.thewitchery.com
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