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    Grandma would also steam or boil this pudding. She made a large pleat in some greaseproof paper or a clean tea towel to allow for expansion. Then, she wrapped the pudding loosely, tying each end with some kitchen string (like a christmas cracker), She then boiled or steamed the pudding for 2 hours until cooked. If you find shredded suet hard to obtain, put a block of butter in the freezer and grate it when it has frozen.

    Recipe #317817

    These melt in the mouth treats never lasted long once grandma had put them in the cookie jar !!! These cookies are perfect for baking ahead of time and freezing. Grandma left the cookies to cool completley, then she would open freeze them until soild. Once solid, she stacked the cookies, a few at a time, and wrapped them loosely in foil. Then she sealed them in a freezer bag and froze for up to 1 month.

    Recipe #317814

    this dish to me, is a assembly of wonderful sweet friends. having one slab of meringue means serving it is dead easy. feel free to make up your own topping combination. Other good ones I really like are chestnut puree mixed with cream and chocolate or other soft fruits with praline

    Recipe #317737

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